Service Workers - The State of the Web





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Published on Feb 6, 2019

In this month's episode Rick Viscomi and Jeff Posnick (Google Chrome Developer Relations) discuss the state of service workers. Service workers are a new kind of worker that gives progressive web apps more control over how resources are loaded over the network and cached. Jeff discusses some of the reasons why it might be a good idea for a website to include a service worker, some common mistakes developers make when implementing them, and how the Workbox tool can help.

For more info about everything discussed in this video, check out these resources:

Service worker support → https://bit.ly/2HT4lEf
Guides on building service workers on web.dev → https://bit.ly/2DVGtfb
HTTP Archive report on PWAs → https://bit.ly/2I4PPtw
ServiceWorkerControlledPage feature usage → https://bit.ly/2RJEGOe
Workbox → https://bit.ly/2GeBWaq
[Video] Progressive Content Management Systems (Chrome Dev Summit 2018) → https://bit.ly/2HZrd5c
The service worker lifecycle → https://bit.ly/2Ge9RQn
The offline cookbook → https://bit.ly/2DWv1A5
PWA book by Jason Grigsby → https://bit.ly/2HUY8HW
Using Service Workers on MDN → https://mzl.la/2HUY9vu

Watch more State of the Web episodes here → http://bit.ly/2JhAzsh

Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel to catch a new episode of The State of the Web every other Wednesday → http://bit.ly/ChromeDevs1


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