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Maskable Icons: Android Adaptive Icons for Your PWA

There is a new web feature called maskable icons that is coming soon to Firefox Preview and other web browsers. This new icon format will let your PWAs have their own adaptive icons on Android.
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Weekly Platform News: CSS Scroll Snap, Opera GX, PWA Install Icon

In this week's roundup, Chrome is adding an install option for Progressive Web Apps, Opera GX comes to Windows, the ECMAScript proposals get an update, and CSS Scroll Snap is coming to a Firefox browser near you.
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Weekly Platform News: Feature Policy, ECMAScript i18n API, Packaged PWAs

In this week's news, a new Feature Policy API in Chrome, Firefox blocks cookies from known trackers, Chrome for Android now allows websites to share images, and more.
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Weekly Platform News: PWA Issue on iOS, Performance Culture, Anti-Tracking in Browsers

In this week's news: resolving an issue when restarting progressive web apps in iOS, why The Telegraph now vets all scripts before they make it to their codebase, and Microsoft plans to add tracking prevention to the Edge browser.
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How to Get a Progressive Web App into the Google Play Store

PWA (Progressive Web Apps) have been with us for some time now. Yet, each time I try explaining it to clients, the same question pops up: "Will my users be able to install the app using app stores?" The answer has traditionally been no, but this changed with Chrome 72 which shipped a new feature called TWA (Trusted Web Activities).

Trusted Web Activities are a new way to integrate your web-app content such as your PWA with yourAndroid app

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Better Than Native

Andy Bell wrote up his thoughts about the whole web versus native app debate which I think is super interesting. It was hard to make it through the post because I was nodding so aggressively as I read:

The whole idea of competing with native apps seems pretty daft to me, too. The web gives us so much for free that app developers could only dream of, like URLs and the ability to publish to the entire world for free,

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Push and ye shall receive

Sometimes the seesaw of web tech is fascinating. Service workers have arrived, and beyond offline networking (read Jeremy's book) which is possibly their best feature, they can enable push notifications via the Push API.

I totally get the push (pun intended) to make that happen. There is an omnipresent sentiment that we want the web to win, as there should be in this industry. Losing on the web means losing to native apps on all the … Read article

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Seriously, though. What is a progressive web app?

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