100 thoughts on “Instant Loading: Building offline-first Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

  1. download333 Post author

    I want to wear socks during a presentation.

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  2. Arjun U. Post author

    There's no Application tab in my Chrome Dev Tools but its there in the video.

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  3. Chris Post author

    very informative and entertaining. one of the best at i/o

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  4. Ricardo Ferreira Post author

    Great presentation, congratulations! Recently I also delivered public talk about building offline mobile apps. For those interested, check it in https://www.outsystems.com/nextstep/2016/offline-apps/

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  5. Kevin Sheppard Post author

    You can tell this guy had hella fun making this presentation

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  6. Timur Ercan Post author

    Really great talk Jake. Looking forword to doing my next project offline first 🙂

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  7. Edwin Jose Post author

    kind of already knew about all this but this was still one of the best io talks just based on the way it was presented!! 🙂

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  8. Daniel Sims Post author

    Is the Emojoy client source code available anywhere?

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  9. Gunjan Kumar Post author

    Great to see the presentation… I saw it is possible to support service worker in ios through cordova . Being said that is it a good time to enterprise level mobile app with "SW" ?

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  10. Mojo Rising Post author

    AMAZING presentation. Nice job Jake wow. Never seen this all explained so clearly & thoroughly. golf clap

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  11. Matt Blum Post author

    Yeah Jake! Great talk and great push for offline-first. Exciting stuff.

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  12. OWLOOKIT Post author

    Awesome presentation and very promising approach.

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  13. Pedro Silva Post author

    Excellent presentation though I have to say at 41:42 not having the "native app" opening is kind of sad and breaks the UX.

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  14. Samuel Santaella Post author

    When, if at all, may I start to expect Google websites to become progressive web apps? For example, Google+ or YouTube

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  15. Michel Parpaillon Post author

    The hype is real 😀 Can't wait to build my first PWA. Thanks Jake

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  16. jinjereu Post author

    Jake does have a history for technical difficulties in presentations as what happened during the PWA dev summit. But great job for keeping it entertaining despite the break :))

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  17. tubeMonger Post author

    Thanks for the good info in a fun-to-watch package!

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  18. kenmagg Post author

    Omg, your co-workers must love working with you… that was funny as hell and a great presentation 😸

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  19. 404 Not Found Post author

    Offline apps data synchronization a bit complicated topic .. does someone has an unified solution for redux like stores ?

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  20. GoAdvanz Post author

    I hate spam phone calls. The other day I was called about credit cards and I feel like I should have used this Urm.. strategy. lol Very good presentation!

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  21. Kredo800 Post author

    Great, but make button of "add to home screen" of same color as theme color!

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  22. sfincione2000 Post author

    Really great presentation. It showcases offline first extremely well.

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  23. Alan Plum Post author

    Had to chuckle at the Lie-Fi story around 25:00 — exactly my experience with the Google Play Music (native) Android app. Had to switch to airplane mode to get it to show my downloaded music instead of "Urm…".

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  24. Roman Pushkin Post author

    The question is only – will Safari spoil the party?

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  25. Francesco Benincasa Post author

    Well done! Funny and useful presentation!

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  26. Sagar Rayudu Post author

    is pwa is a box ? instant loading comes inside that box ?

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  27. Piara Singh Post author

    LMAO… The Moment of Realisation When connection is not available while taking Dump

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  28. Warner P Post author

    hi all. Does the service worker works with spring framework application?

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  29. Dawn Anderson Post author

    Excellent presentation. Very entertaining. Exceptional :):)

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  30. Arman Nagapetian Post author

    Does this system works on ios Safari ?

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  31. Jens Van Den Eede Post author

    I like this guy, does he make other tutorials ?

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  32. Wolter Soe Post author

    We will try to learn, for your information,
    And for our help please thanks.

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  33. lucaswhite12 Post author

    Nobody even notices the use of a wiimote as a "clicker" anymore…

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  34. Right Media Solutions Post author

    Great presentation, thank you… I have used appcache and indexedDB without service worker in the past and have found that there are still limitations on file sizes, particularly with videos. Do you know of any effective way to implement service worker so that larger files can be cached and accessed locally?

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  35. Andrew Erwin Post author

    so, service workers are just caching? except in advance?

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  36. Paris Nguyen Post author

    TG: 9:34 AM
    Ngày: 19/82017, Tháng 8
    Instant Loading
    Building offline-first Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

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  37. Declassified Recordings Post author

    A really really great speaker with super content!

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  38. zmdeadelius Post author

    Great presentation, thank you! Looking forward to implementing this.
    p.s. We can ship this.

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  39. Hayden McQueen Post author

    I love that they use wiimotes as presenters at one of the world's biggest tech companies

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  40. CaptainSpeech Post author

    Wow, best speaker I heard for this kind of topic… Can you please make videos for EVERYTHING I need to learn on web development 🙂 ?? thx!

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  41. AppYourself GmbH Post author

    We at AppYourself have been using PWA for a long time and believe in their future, because it offers many benefits compared to a native app. If you want to create a PWA yourself, you can try it for free at appyourself.net

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  42. Yousef Al-Hadhrami Post author

    The best presentation I've ever seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen

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  43. headjobs Post author

    Cannot use Service workers with Hybrid Cordova Android 🙁 Or can we? This seems crazy. Even can use on iOS now with plugin

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  44. arunabraham100 Post author

    Awasome presentation.. Am a fan of PWA

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  45. Pradeep Manoharan Post author

    The Google Translator app does not work please check the Google Translator app…

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  46. Pradeep Manoharan Post author

    The Google Translator app does not work please check the Google Translator app.?

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  47. kshitij kumar Post author

    Why the hell this is not in top search results for PWA. This is the best explanation for PWA basics.

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  48. dotnet Post author

    This is what I'm looking for and great presentation

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  49. Sw yx Post author

    one of the best talks i have ever seen. great content, great style.

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  50. Uli Troyo Post author

    You can really see what a great presenter Jake is by comparing this 2016 talk to the 2018 talk on Service Workers. The 2018 talk is… serviceable… nah, it's good, but I wanted to squeeze in the pun. Jake's talk is on another level, though.

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  51. meenakshi negi Post author

    Is it possible to save data on local storage rather then getting them by indexed db

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  52. shubham srivastava Post author

    One word "Amazing" !!!!!!!! Jake Archibald actually made it more cool.

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  53. Lewis Johnson Post author

    I don’t want to do business with customers who still use IE.

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  54. J Key Post author

    I have a stupid question? Can we up our PWA projects to any linux server without install anything like node.js, server worker as well?

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  55. Aham Post author

    Most informative and entertaining google io ever.

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  56. Mohammed Faragallah Post author

    a well deserved service worker introduction

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  57. Philip Fong Post author

    Its dead after 3 years, like the hooha rich media that never took off, web browser does not play offline app anymore.

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