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Frequently Asked Questions
Though not as popular as they should be, a lot of big companies and well-known businesses are already on board the PWA bandwagon. Some of the most renowned names include Twitter, Forbes, AliExpress, Medium, and The Weather Channel, among many others.
- Custom automation solutions and automated deployments.
- Custom database development on MySQL, Hadoop, Oracle, MS SQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, and other Non-SQL databases (read this article to learn more about popular databases)
- Core Python programming
- Migration from legacy technologies to the latest version of Python
- Integration with select technologies (such as JQuery, Selenium, Plone, Zope, ColdFusion, and many more)
- Implementation of Python Data Analysis tools like NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib, and Pandas.
- Continuous integration of databases and data-collection mechanisms via computing libraries like Fabric, Pika, Gdata, Requests, OpenCV, etc.
- Custom application development via select technologies, libraries, or frameworks like Pyramid, Twisted, Nagare, Pylons, Tornado, Web2py, RQ, Celery, Gevent, Gunicorn, Apache, and Nginx.
- And much, much more.
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Some years ago, Twitter noticed that its users were having many issues when using their mobile site. From slow mobile networks to lack of storage space for cache, mobile visitors weren’t engaging with the social media’s mobile site. That’s when they built a PWA to offer instant loading, lower data consumption, and numerous native features with offline capabilities.
The results were a huge leap forward for the platform: 20% drop in bounce rate, 65% rise in pages per session, and 75% rise in Tweets sent. Additionally, the PWA takes only 600KB of space, much less than the native Android app (23,5MB)
Though there are plenty of benefits to using Progressive Web Apps, that doesn’t mean they are always the solution for your mobile strategy. It all depends on your needs, goals, and overall business. Depending on your industry and where you are as a company, PWA can be the perfect solution or a shot in the foot.
As a rule of thumb, you should use PWAs if you’re just starting your business, are beginning to explore the mobile possibilities within your industry, have a limited budget, or are looking to boost your SEO efforts. Naturally, these aren’t the only moments where a PWA can come in hand. Your best bet is to get a professional assessment that can help you define whether PWAs are right for you.