Time to Be Bullish on Progressive Web Apps
Until recently, businesses wanting to establish their footing in the mobile market faced a high-level choice that involved three options.
First, there were native apps written in Objective-C or Java. They traditionally offer the most in terms of a seamless user experience, capabilities and performance. But developing these apps comes with a hefty price tag, because of the need to maintain multiple code bases and have multiple platform-specific developer teams.
On the other end of the spectrum, there were responsive websites, which have low barriers to entry but limited offline capabilities and offer an overall less…