Progressive Web Apps

„The term Progressive Web App (PWA) was coined in 2015. Since 2018 PWAs can be installed on all relevant operating systems and can also be executed offline.“

– Christian Liebel, Thinktecture AG

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Progressive Web Apps

Write once, run anywhere – Progressive Web Apps are here to make this old dream come true. A PWA brings native app capabilities to the browser and can be installed on the device at the same time, just by clicking a button on the website. The concept even allows you to take your web apps offline: The gap between native applications and web apps is closing! The Progressive Web App track includes the right talk for beginners who want to build their first PWA, as well as something for advanced users who want to learn about the latest capabilities of Project Fugu.Take a look at our sessions and learn more about how to build native applications that run in the browser!

PWA SESSIONS FROM PAST IJS CONFERENCES

Track Speakers New York 2021

Track Speakers London 2021

Ann-Cathrin Klose

Ann-Cathrin Klose

Software & Support Media
Manfred Steyer

Manfred Steyer

SOFTWAREarchitekt.at
Christian Liebel

Christian Liebel

Thinktecture AG
Maximiliano Firtman

Maximiliano Firtman

ITMaster Academy
Martina Kraus

Martina Kraus

Self-employed
Joel Lord

Joel Lord

Red Hat OpenShift

Global Track Program

Track Program London 2021

Track Program New York 2021

Track Program Munich 2020

The program of iJS Munich 2021 will be announced soon! As reference, please see the program of iJS Munich 2020 below.

Track Sessions London 2021

Track Sessions London 2021

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iJS Quiz Night

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
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Conference Wrap-Up

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift
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Javascript Fullstack Day London

Lamis Chebbi, Vermeg
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Christian Liebel, Thinktecture AG
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift
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iJS Quiz Night

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
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iJS London Raffle

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
Keynote Type Icon

Conference Wrap-Up

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift
Workshop Type Icon

Javascript Fullstack Day London

Lamis Chebbi, Vermeg
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Christian Liebel, Thinktecture AG
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift

Track Sessions New York 2021

Track Sessions New York 2021

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Track Sessions Munich 2020

Track Sessions Munich 2020

Keynote Type Icon

Conference Wrap-Up

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift
View all sessions
Keynote Type Icon

Conference Wrap-Up

Ann-Cathrin Klose, Software & Support Media
Martina Kraus, Self-employed
Joel Lord, Red Hat OpenShift

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