Work with all newest browsers and are compatible with any device, regardless of screen size and other specifications.
Browse with weak network connection or even offline e.g. in airplane.
Take up less space and load much faster than native apps.
Indexed well and rewarded by Google in search results better than websites without PWA. PWAs are highly recognized in Lighthouse performance audits.
Responsive, user-friendly and interact with visitors by sending push notifications.
To access PWA you only need to add it to your home screen. No complicated installation is required.
PWAs guarantee an increase in conversion rates and decreased in bounce rate. User spends more time actually browsing the page than waiting for it to load.
Instead of building 3 different applications for variuos environments and devices you only do one.
In 2018, 52.2% of all worldwide online traffic was generated through a mobile channel. The mobile channel is more intuitive for users and they spend there more time each year.
PWAs are user-friendly just like regular native apps. They respond quickly, save data for offline reading and send push notifications. It’s easy to share content by only pasting the URL address.
The mobile web audience has grown at skyrocketing pace and if you provide a better experience to a wider audience, you will get a competitive edge over the others (SEO!).
While search engines classify PWAs as applications, they are not distributed via app stores. These apps can be shared through a URL instead so they’re easily found. The installation is simple and entails visiting a site and adding it to a device home screen.
Headless content management systems are all about omni-channel delivery experience.
Consumers are making use of more devices and channels than ever before, and brands simply have to meet
them there in order to provide quality omni-channel customer experiences.
If the traditional CMS is body, its head are front-end components like the front-end framework and templating system. CMS without these is a headless CMS. Because headless CMS has no default front-end system, presentation of the content to the end user is not determined at all. We also should remember that content delivery is crucial to be sure the app runs smoothly, for instance Progressive Web Apps
The headless approach to CMS allows to provide Caas - content as a service. It means that content storage and delivery are handled by separate software. From a technical point of view, it is basically the ability for services, sites and applications to request content via a web service from a normalized and centralized repository. The services, sites and applications are decoupled from the repository.