You have already published a Progressive Web App. This
course will teach you how to distribute your PWA to all
possible users without a browser manual installation, for
enterprise users and end-users through the app stores.
You already have a Progressive Web App published, but
some users are not installing it from the browser manually.
In this course, Publishing Progressive Web Apps, you’ll
learn to distribute your PWAs out of the manual installation
from the browser without losing the advantages of the web
platform. First, you’ll explore compatible app stores and
enterprise distribution, and how to make a publishing plan.
Next, you’ll discover Trusted Web Activities for Android and
Google Play Store distribution. Finally, you’ll learn how to
create distribution packages for AppStore for iOS and
iPadOS, as well as for Windows using the Microsoft Store.
When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the
skills and knowledge of creating launchers and packages
needed to publish your Progressive Web Apps to enterprise
and end-users outside of the browser.
Max Firtman is a mobile and web developer, trainer, speaker, and writer. He is a frequent speaker at conferences worldwide and he has been widely recognized for his work in the mobile-web community. He teaches mobile, HTML5, PWA and web performance trainings for top companies around the world.
Course Overview Hi, my name is Maximiliano Firtman. Welcome to my course, Publishing Progressive Web Apps. I'm a mobile app and web developer, trainer, and author. Thousands of progressive web apps are already published, and we know they are installable only from the browser. In this course, we're going to increase the installation conversion of our PWAs by publishing them in app stores and also by distributing them automatically to our enterprise users. Some of the major topics that we will cover include how to publish a PWA for Android and Google Play store using trusted web activities, how to push PWAs for iPhone, iPad, and Android users through enterprise programs, what's possible in Apple platforms, including how to use Xcode to create the PWA launcher for the app store, and how we can reach Microsoft users, including the ones on Windows 10 and Xbox devices. By the end of this course, you will know how you can elevate your PWA installation conversion, how to plan a distribution to the stores, and how to create PWA launchers using different tools such as Bubblewrap and PWABuilder. Before beginning, you should be familiar with the basic PWA concepts. I suggest my course, Progressive Web Apps: The Big Picture as a start. I hope you will join me today to let users install PWAs outside of the browser with the Publishing Progressive Web Apps course, at Pluralsight.