Progressive Web Apps Made Easy

With Next.js, fully featured PWA's
are only a few clicks away.

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  • Offline Support

  • Instantaneous Page Loads

  • Automatic Caching

  • Superior Engagement

Offline Support

Unreliable network connections are an unavoidable reality on the mobile web. But that doesn't mean they need to disrupt your users. Progressive web apps leverage modern web technologies to provide offline support so your app never goes down.

Lightning Fast Navigation

Let janky scrolling and routing delays become a thing of the past. By intelligently caching app content, PWA's create a smooth user experience, no matter how sophisticated your application is. Eliminating navigation issues ensures you maximize user retainment.

Native Features

On supported platforms, progressive web apps can live natively on a user's home screen. Coupled with full screen interactivity and push notifications, PWA's take web application experiences to the next level.

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Automated Hard Parts

Adapting the technologies involved in progressive web apps to your specific application can often be a challenge. By using Next.js, the heavy lifting is done for you. Requirements like cache management and service worker registration are all handled automatically.

Open to Extension

Next.js also allows for easy tweaking of the default configuration. By exposing the WorkBox configuration, you can modify whatever you need. By enabling you to hook into any part of the progressive web app tech stack, using Next.js guarantees your application will scale with you.

Easy to Enable

With Next.js, converting your application into a progressive web app has never been easier. Simply add the next-offline package, create an app manifest file and your application will be ready to go. This is all you need to score 100 on the industry-standard Lighthouse PWA audit with Next.js.

  1. yarn add next-offline
  2. touch public/manifest.json
  3. wrap config with next-offline
  4. 100
    Progressive Web App

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