Course Description

Offline Web Applications: Creating Robust Web Apps That Work Without Internet Access As more and more people rely on web applications for their daily tasks, it's become increasingly important for these apps to be available even when there is no internet connection. That's where Offline Web Applications come in. This course teaches you how to create robust web apps that work without internet access. In this course, you'll learn about the tools and techniques necessary to build web applications that can be accessed offline. You'll discover the benefits of offline web applications, such as improved user experience, increased reliability, and reduced server load. You'll also learn how to use technologies such as Service Workers and the Cache API to create web apps that work offline. The course begins by introducing you to the concept and explaining why they are important. You'll learn about the various technologies used to build these apps, including Service Workers, Web Storage, and the Cache API. You'll also discover how to use these technologies to create offline web apps that are resilient to common network issues, such as slow or unreliable internet connections. As you progress through the course, you'll gain hands-on experience building offline web apps. You'll start by creating a simple app that works offline using Service Workers and the Cache API. From there, you'll learn how to make your app more robust by adding features such as offline form submissions and synchronization with a remote server. By the end of the course, you'll have a solid understanding and the tools and techniques used to create them. You'll be able to build web apps that can be accessed offline, providing your users with a seamless experience no matter where they are or what type of network connection they have. Whether you're a web developer or just starting out in the world of web development, this course is essential for anyone looking to create robust, reliable web apps that work offline. Author: Google, Michael Wales (Udacity)