Build a progressive web app (PWA)
This series of articles is going to cover what I learned over a 6 month period building a PWA.
Imagine Company A are in the job recruitment business. They have an existing Vue app they use to manage job applicants. The app can create applicants, notify them of updates and do all the usual admin type activities you'd expect.
The business has a requirement to allow users/recruiters to do interviews in person. In these interviews the recruiters will normally go to a coffee shop and sit down with the applicants, ask some questions and take down some basic details on their tablets/laptop. WIFI and network connections will sometimes be unreliable, but recruiters will still need to view a profile and submit a form.
There are plans to build a native mobile app eventually but Company A doesn't have the resources right now, but want the functionality available to staff ASAP. In this scenario we can leverage Progressive Web App (PWA) technologies to create a native app-like user experiencein the web applications.