Daily Archives: November 27, 2016

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Intro to Angular 2 – Part 6 – ServiceWorkers

In the last installment we learned how to run JavaScripts over different threads by using WebWorkers. This time we’ll go a few steps further and learn how to use ServiceWorkers to achieve not only separation of code but also to build up client-side proxies. These proxies are the most important building blocks of so-called Progressive Web Apps as they allow web apps to function under rough conditions like slow bandwidths or broken connections. ServiceWorkers can also be used for push-based services or background synchronization as they run completely detached from the Browser DOM. A ServiceWorker is basically a SharedWorker with super-powers. However, the […]