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Maximiliano Firtman Jun 12
“Apple: shame on you”; the moment at from my talk for not publishing any docs, updates or changelogs on the current PWA implementation on iOS (and now iPadOS)
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John Wilander Jun 13
Replying to @firt
We can probably do more on documenting web standards support in WebKit, but PWA is a Google-invented term afaik. I see it mentioned in a roadmap document and called a "de facto app format" in a group report , both from last year.
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KΞNNΞTH C.⚡ Jun 13
By the wife of a Google employee, also used by the community and even Microsoft, Intel and Samsung and many more. Also the community uses a community logo, contributed by a Samsung (Internet) employee cc
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Alex Russell Jun 13
. & I worked up name together, with no org support (everyone hated it! only got on board w/ name months after my personal blog post) Also suspect , , , & would push back on the idea it's somehow Google-driven.
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Aaron Gustafson Jun 13
💯 A key piece of the underlying tech—Service Workers—may have originated at Google, but the PWAs have definitely been embraced by the community writ-large.
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Aaron Gustafson Jun 13
Admittedly, the term “Progressive Web App” is somewhat confusing; it’s at once both a marketing term and technical baseline. But, to be honest, it’s still less confusing than Apple’s “HTML5” back in the day (which was more about proprietary CSS than standardized markup).
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KΞNNΞTH C.⚡ Jun 13
That is always how I compared them. When regular people and companies said "HTML5" they meant HTML5 + CSS3 + geolocation and much more.
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Frances
That's exactly right. I wrote a little about the naming a couple years back
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