Imagine a PWA podcast app that works offline and silently receives and caches new podcasts. Sweet. Now we need a permissions model that allows for silent notifications.
Push notifications explained using astrology. But don’t worry, there’s also some code, just in case you prefer your explanations to also include models that actually work.
Oodles and oodles of videos of talks from London developer meetups.
Scott runs through the latest improvements to the Filament Group website. There’s a lot about HTTP2, but also a dab of service workers (using a similar recipe to my site).
A cute explanation of different browser caches:
- memory cache,
- service worker cache,
- disk cache, and
- push cache.
A really nice explanation by Todd Kloots of Twitter’s use of progressive enhancement with Ajax and the HTML5 History API. There’s even a shout for Hijax in there.
A delightful online book that makes excellent use of HTML5's history API.
Anil Dash writes about the realtime web, calling it Pushbutton.