Monthly Archives: January 2021

How to install YouTube as a progressive web app on Windows

You can now install YouTube as a Progressive Web Application (PWA) on Windows. What does it mean? PWAs are like desktop shortcuts to websites that run in their own separate application window. They don’t take up much space and load faster than browsing to the website in Chrome or Edge. …

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4 best web design tools for Mac users

Building a high-end, visually appealing website is a complicated process, but it can get trickier when it comes to finding the perfect software for Mac users. Website builders that offer a wide variety of features, a simple interface, and great resources can be hard to find, but the following list …

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YouTube now has a “progressive web app”: here’s what it does and how to install it

Google has launched a new YouTube Progressive Web Application (PWA), which allows the website to function as an app on your phone. PWA support was previously added to YouTube Music and YouTube TV. Google recently announced that it was bringing its Stadia Cloud gaming service to iOS as a PWA. …

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YouTube.com now available to install as a progressive web app

The YouTube site can now be installed as a progressive web application (PWA) for quick access. PWAs are, in simplistic terms, web pages that can function like apps on your phone. PWA support was previously added for YouTube Music and YouTube TV. Support has been integrated into the main YouTube …

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Youtube web app gets PWA install prompt – may hint at offline support

On the heels of the Google Calendar web app, which has offline support for Workspace users, Youtube web app now shows the PWA install prompt in the Chrome Omnibox for some. It’s important to note that some users have said they’ve been seeing this for a while now, but mass …

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How to create a web application in Linux Mint

If you haven’t heard it, Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa” just dropped, and it comes with a new utility called Web App Manager. In short, it lets you open and use a website, such as Twitter, Facebook, or Discord, as if it were a standalone app. Here’s how Mint’s Web Application …

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New Haskell-based web application specification language released in alpha release

The Web Application Specification Language (Wasp) was recently released in alpha to help developers write modern web applications with less code. Much like Elm, Wasp is a domain specific language written in Haskell. Unlike Elm, which only deals with single page apps, Wasp also supports multi-page apps. The alpha version …

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The keys to sustainable web design for every business

Sustainable website design prioritizes the health of our home planet with a focus on reducing carbon … [+] emissions and energy consumption getty Online banking, electronic statements, applications replacing paper documents: the world is changing online. A major digital push has come from those worried about the depletion of finite …

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Microsoft Outlook moves from native Mac app to web app

As Microsoft looks to the future, “One Outlook” is the vision for the evolution of its email and calendar application. Notably, most of it includes a controversial shift from dedicated Mac and Windows apps to a platform-independent web app. Outlook for Mac rotate to web app Reported by Windows Central, …

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