Remember PWAs, web apps that seemed to end the hegemony of app stores and even native development? The miracle did not happen as expected and the technology was mired in platform differences. However, everything is evolving and getting better every year – this article deals with what problems PWA still has. All of them, of course, are solvable, but the author’s conclusion is simple – PWA will not replace native applications, and that’s good enough, it is needed for something else.
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