Veröffentlicht von: Tom Scharlock Category: Video Wissen Tags: , , , , , , , , Kommentare 27

Vergleich der Customer Journey zwischen einer Progressive Web App (PWA) und einer nativen App. .

Kommentare (27)

  • Andrés Montoya Antworten

    WTF!!!!! The pwa applications are awesome!!!!!!!

    20. Januar 2018 um 19:27
  • Матвей Тарасов Antworten

    You are prejudicial to the native apps.

    30. Januar 2018 um 9:24
  • Luis Ortiz Antworten

    It tells me the iPhone is slow as shit

    12. Februar 2018 um 22:54
  • M Mithun Antworten

    Apple store no longer will accept any Apps created from a commercialized template or app generation service. Read the article:

    14. Februar 2018 um 21:08
  • Carlos Juan Martínez de Valdivieso Antworten

    This is an amazing first step. I'm looking forward to the moment when we can have PWA that also look exactly like the native apps in each platform, that will be awesome.

    23. Februar 2018 um 9:48
  • Maciej Szpakowski Antworten

    Clearly, the only difference in the native app is the internet speed! Especially visible when google maps are opened, it shouldn't take longer to open a new website inside a native app than the new tab in safari. Clearly visible throttling in all images loading as well. You're not showing a customer journey, but speed comparison between a non/throttled device. Not sure what's the point of this lie, cause even if they were bit slower, PWA's are still quite good

    28. Februar 2018 um 1:41
  • Iroshan Vithanage Antworten

    which framework/library did you used for PWA? Angular of React?

    27. März 2018 um 16:06
  • Ninja Lai Antworten

    pwa is the future, does that mean we can from now on totally forget about native app???

    29. April 2018 um 12:57
  • Sham Ringo Antworten

    Totally a fair test by slowing down the Internet between both devices and slowing down your user input. What's the point.

    11. Mai 2018 um 0:27
  • Muhammad Rizal Antworten

    Fantastic !!!. Made me excited for your course so I went and picked it up 🙂

    25. Juni 2018 um 14:08
  • Snpplsable Antworten

    This is the most ridiculous BS video I've seen on the topic…
    Clearly the internet speed on the native app has been throttled, while the web app all its images already cached from opening the site in Safari earlier. Also all the permission requests when opening an app for the first time is bad practice and is more an indication of a bad app developer than a native apps being slow.

    9. Oktober 2018 um 16:45
  • Cold Stone Antworten

    PWA totally destroyed the native app.

    I am loving this.

    27. Oktober 2018 um 15:17
  • Kirill Berezin Antworten

    It's not a PWA advantage, it's just another example of how hard iPhone UX sux.

    27. Oktober 2018 um 15:44
  • Adino Ulric Antworten

    What a video full of BS

    25. November 2018 um 3:37
  • Paul Antworten

    I think this video comes across as quite biased towards PWA. In this case the native app is technically still just the website being rendered via a WebView, as opposed to being built upon native components.

    11. Januar 2019 um 18:22
  • OP SSA Antworten

    I will be more happy when progressive app will be able to make conversation with other Native and progressive apps.

    23. Februar 2019 um 19:41
  • MrNevermore28 Antworten


    21. März 2019 um 0:39
  • Hisham Mousa Antworten

    this is pure BS!!
    why the fuck do i have to pay 60 usd and not be able to publish my website on the app store and google play!!

    3. April 2019 um 21:46
  • Angga A Antworten

    this is not fair. dislike this

    5. Oktober 2019 um 14:10
  • Caleb Swift Antworten

    When people ask me about PWA I recommended your video and the article about tools

    5. Februar 2020 um 18:10
  • NoSunBeach Antworten

    My web site renders good enough on a mobile browser. If my goal is to build an android app t available on the Play Store that will render my website full screen inside the app without the browser chrome, what do I need? Can i do this with NativeScript WebView and TSA?

    11. Februar 2020 um 17:28
  • Adi Itibaev Antworten

    what programming language is used to create an e-wallet?

    19. Februar 2020 um 20:35
  • Kateryna Davydova Antworten

    If you want to find a comprehensive comparison of native app and PWAs, I recommend you to check the article:

    25. März 2020 um 14:19
  • IT Prog Antworten

    I really support PWA because it provides a good solution, even starbuck, twitter and facebook are implemented … this is a good solution if the client doesn't want to create a native app Hahaha

    13. November 2020 um 3:00
  • IT Prog Antworten

    Btw what song is this?

    15. November 2020 um 12:49
  • Val Antworten

    Why you alining something that clearly not an app. Basic logic, almost no functionality in other words just website vs the website.

    23. November 2020 um 13:11
  • Adhi Apriana Antworten

    How about PWA on Android?

    9. Dezember 2020 um 9:26

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