My first experience creating a PWA
Today, I have some experience regarding both creating a PWA, and testing it.
This website, actually.
This was created by
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# Shared commands brew install git-filter-repo # https://github.com/newren/git-filter-repo/blob/main/INSTALL.md
This also obliviate the need to monitor your own database or entrust a third party to do it for you.
Still, you might need some functions you cannot rely on clients' web browser, such as adding search. Downloading indexes to client's machine is expensive and bad for SEO.
It is an ORM that
For Mongo-like query, it can be tested here -- https://q2search.herokuapp.com/LiteORM (The actual Mongo-like query is in the console)
Pug uses whitespace syntax, and is Tab / Space -sensitive, just like Markdown and Python
Pug is mainly a template engine for Node.js, and cannot be installed for Webpack via NPM/Yarn, however there is https://github.com/pugjs/pug#browser-support but it is a very large file. However, I created HyperPug a while ago, and it is relatively small.