Building Offline Applications with Angular: Develop Reliable, Performant Web Applications for Desktop and Mobile Platforms, 1st Edition
- 2h 15m
- Venkata Keerti Kotaru
Get a complete overview of offline installable applications. Businesses need reliable applications that enable users to access data and their applications in spite of a bad network connection.
Traditional websites work only when connected to the network. With a large number of users depending on mobile phones and tablets for work, social interactions, and media consumption, it’s important that the web applications can work on a weak network connection and even offline.
This step-by-step guide shows you how to build an Angular application that considers offline access and uses its ready-made features and configurations. Build Offline Applications with Angular helps bridge the gap between native apps and web applications.
- Get started with an installable Angular application
- Understand the importance of performant, reliable, and offline access of a web application
- Discover solutions for building Angular applications for speedy response in low bandwidth scenarios
- Use IndexedDB as an offline data store within a browser
About the Author
V Keerti Kotaru has been in software development for almost two decades. He helped design and develop scalable, performant, modern software solutions for multiple clients. He holds a master's degree in software systems from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis and St. Paul, USA.
He is an author of books on Angular, contributes to the developer community by blogging, writing articles and speaking at technology, events. He wrote for Dotnet Curry (DNC Magazine). He presented technology sessions at AngularJS Hyderabad, AngularJS Chicago and Google Developer Groups at Hyderabad including the annual event Dev Fest. He is a three time Microsoft MVP.,
In this Book
Building Modern Web Applications
Installing an Angular Application
Cache Data with Service Workers
Introduction to IndexedDB
Creating the Entities Use Case
Creating Data Offline
Dexie.js for IndexedDB