What it takes to change icons, shortcuts, colors, and other metadata for your PWA
Telling browser vendors about issues you find in their browser is an integral part of making the web platform better!
Persistent storage can help protect critical data from eviction, and reduce the chance of data loss.
There are many different options for storing data in the browser. Which one is best for your needs?
Sharing on mobile and desktop made simple with the Web Share Target API
The File System Access API allows web apps to read or save changes directly to files and folders on the user's device.
The Contact Picker API provides an easy way for users to share contacts from their contact list.
Progressive Web Apps are easy to install with a new install button in Chrome’s address bar (omnibox).
How to promote installation of Progressive Web Apps and best practices.
How to create sites which respond to the needs and capabilities of the device they are viewed on.
The `getInstalledRelatedApps()` method allows your website to check whether your iOS/Android/desktop app or PWA is installed on a user's device.
The Screen Wake Lock API provides a way to prevent devices from dimming or locking the screen when an application needs to keep running.
The App Badging API allows installed web apps to set an application-wide badge on the app icon.
Learn how to use the Cache API to make your application data available offline.
When the user adds your Progressive Web App to their home screen on Android, Chrome automatically generates an APK for you, which we sometimes call a WebAPK. Being installed via an APK makes it possible for your app to show up in the app launcher, in Android's app settings and to register a set of intent filters.