1. Weston Ruter

    Just to make clear, there are two different plugins being discussed here which have similar names:

    Plugin Used on the WCEU 2017 PWA
    Name: WordPress PWA (aka Frontity)
    WordPress.org: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-pwa/
    GitHub: https://github.com/frontity/wp-plugin

    Core Feature Plugin
    Name: PWA
    WordPress.org: https://wordpress.org/plugins/pwa/
    GitHub: https://github.com/xwp/pwa-wp/

    The latter PWA plugin hasn’t yet been formally proposed as a feature plugin, but that is the intention after WordPress 5.0 is released. Also, this PWA feature plugin is intended to introduce new core APIs which themes and plugins can use to implement PWA features. Activating the plugin will not turn a site into a PWA automatically. It is intended that other plugins and themes (e.g. Frontity) can leverage the core capabilities to provide the desired PWA experiences (e.g. offline reading, app shell, notifications, etc).


    • Hector K.

      Do you work on PWA at your new job at Google?

      Just asking because some “unmarked” Google dude tries to push AMP into twentynineteen theme at the moment an you defend his plans in the relevant issue. Is he a colleague of yours?


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