Creating a Progressive Web App with a Headless CMS — Part 3

Creating a Progressive Web App with a Headless CMS — Part 3

April 25, 2018

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Welcome to Part 3! If you’ve haven’t been following this series, I’ve been creating a Progressive Web App (PWA) using a Headless CMS. And the excitement has been unbearable! There’s been SUSPENSE! DRAMA! ACTION! ROMANCE? Yeah, we’ve seen a lot in Part 1 and Part 2, so it’s time to keep the franchise going with the next exciting installment. Grab the Milk Duds.

In the first 2 articles, I covered the basics of creating a PWA and how to integrate a Headless CMS into the mix. I gave an overview of the PWA architecture, detailed some important components, and showed you how to create a working example. Because PWAs are all about providing a dynamic experience, pulling and displaying content is a pretty big deal. How and when you pull that content is equally important, so I wanted to break down how to cache your content within your app. See? I told you this was going to get even more exhilarating.

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