Above Git Repo Link) is specific to
Note: This branch(
GSoC'17 and was started from scratch. So, every work done in the
gsoc branch can be considered for evaluation.
All about Hack:
Before I Got Selected:
- (#12) - Closed
About : In this, i updated readme (docs) for getting started, added the procedure to test and also deployed a demo on firebase.
Reason : Previously, App was built on the top of Polymer but we were about to drop polymer and adapt Angular for GSoC Project,
- (#13) - Closed
About : In this, i upgraded codebase to Polymer 2.0 from Polymer 1.0.
Reason : Same as reason as of #12
After I Got Selected:
- (#16) - Closed
About : In this, i initialised the project using angular-cli and added basic components.
Reason : The tree structure of containing folder wasn't right, so this PR was closed and another patched PR was made (#17)
- (#17) - Merged
About : This PR, was a patched version of (#16)
- (#19) - Merged
About : In this, i added more basic config files and components.
- (#21) - Closed
About : This PR, holds almost all the work done.
Reason : The PR got messed up a lot because of a lot of commits. So, i added new clean PR(#29) was made after this.
- (#29) - Merged
About : This PR, was a cleaner version of PR- (#21) with 1-2 more commits. This PR can be referenced to see the main codebase.
- (#22)- To track the milestone in the intial stages only.
As mentioned at Google Developers Site (here) PWA bears these following features:
Progressive Web Apps are user experiences that have the reach of the web, and are:
- Reliable - Load instantly and never show the downasaur, even in uncertain network conditions.
- Fast - Respond quickly to user interactions with silky smooth animations and no janky scrolling.
- Engaging - Feel like a natural app on the device, with an immersive user experience.
This new level of quality allows Progressive Web Apps to earn a place on the user's home screen.
About this project
sw-precache & sw-toolbox (sw = Service Worker)
Other Basic APIs like Websocket etc.
For Developers(Contribution Guide)
Steps for getting started:
1- Install/Update your CLI
npm install -g @angular/cli
- Update (Read on (StackOverflow))
npm uninstall -g angular-cli npm cache clean npm install -g @angular/cli@latest
2- Clone this Repo
3- Install Node Dependencies
ng build --prod -aot npm run precache // for generating sw.js file in dist folder ng serve --prod