Instead of building your own website or focusing on developing your mobile application only, it’s time to integrate them! As you could have already learnt about Progressive Web Applications & how it could help your business, learning about challenges would obstruct taking this step. By the end of this blog, you will have what it takes to pass these challenges and take your first step with PWAs immediately.
Progressive Web Application (PWA) is a web application that combines native apps and websites in an easier way with a faster experience.
Features & Benefits:
- Easily established and installed in any Operating System.
- Offering smooth accessibility and fast transition even when there’s no internet connection.
- Looks and feels like native applications with cross-platform cheaper to build for developers.
- Enhanced security and preservation of private data of users.
- Developing PWA is a tedious process & maintaining updates is a tough job.
As PWAs is considered to be compatible with all Operating Systems, it’s not a website but a large scale app that’s capable of fitting in every screen size. Although PWAs is more helpful than any native-app, however, it requires more work and effort than updating plain native apps.
- Splitting domains & decentralized search needed for websites.
When talking about large corporation or huge websites like Facebook which include different apps as Business Suite, Facebook Ads manager, Messenger, etc.., PWAs requires separate domains for each app for developing their own PWA. It’s worthy and beneficial on the long-run for Facebook even if it’s little tiresome.
- Time-Consuming Integration of PWAs.
It could be time-consuming process of developing Progressive Web Applications, but it’s worthy & deservedly if you looked at the improvement of KPIs for brands that launched PWA.
Time Spent: +40%
Core Engagements: +60%
User Engagement: +150%
Conversion Rates: +104%
Time Spent per Session: +74%