PWA, TWA, Capacitor, Electron: Which one should I choose?

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Tuesday, April 26 2022
14:45 - 15:30
Room:
Edward 1/2

Write once, run anywhere—this old Java dream has long become reality thanks to web technologies. However, cross-platform developers have to choose between tried and tested approaches such as Ionic Capacitor and GitHub Electron, where a web application is packaged in a native container, and Progressive Web Apps (PWA), which are installed from the browser. To make the confusion complete, PWA can also be packaged as a native app using Trusted Web Activities (TWA). PWA expert Christian Liebel introduces you to the different technologies, and helps you to decide on the right cross-platform framework based on your requirements.

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