Data Sync in PWAs: Online/Offline

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Wednesday, October 17 2018
11:45 - 12:45
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Forum 1

You can use Service Workers to speed up your application and make them available even when your device is offline. But there’s one problem: What happens to the data you created while being offline? You need to sync them back to the server. In this talk I’ll show you an approach that involves event sourcing to deal with this problem in a small real world demo.

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