Hello.

I am Paul Kinlan.

A Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google.

I love the web. The web should allow anyone to access any experience that they need without the need for native install or content walled garden.

PWACompat: the Web App Manifest for all browsers - @ChromiumDev

Paul Kinlan

Sam Thorogood from our team writes: You’ve designed a webapp, built its code and service worker, and finally added the Web App Manifest to describe how it should behave when ‘installed’ on a user’s device. This includes things like high-resolution icons to use for e.g. a mobile phone’s launcher or app switcher, or how your webapp should start when opened from the user’s home screen. And while many browsers will respect the Web App Manifest, not every browser will load or respect every value you specify.

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The future of the web on mobile from Coldfront Conf

Paul Kinlan

The web is changing, we need to adapt

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The future of communications apps is on the web

Paul Kinlan

It might be a hard sell, but there are number of advantages to using the web.

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Add to home screen is not what the web needs. Is it?

Paul Kinlan

Maybe? :)

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