Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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April 27th, 2020

@JarSyr @ChromiumDev This is exclusively about related native applications, though: w3c.github.io/manifest/#rela….

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to JarSyr

@JarSyr @ChromiumDev That’s the pattern to follow. The event won’t fire again when the app is already installed. 👍

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to JarSyr

@JarSyr Oh, “it’s” should be “its”. Where’s the edit button when you need it?

via Echofon in reply to tomayac

@JarSyr @ChromiumDev If the question is purely about finding out if the PWA is installed (vs. running in a browser tab), then you can check via
`if (window.matchMedia(‘(display-mode: standalone)’).matches) { // installed }`

via Twitter Web App in reply to tomayac

@JarSyr @ChromiumDev It is possible today to find out from a PWA if it’s corresponding native Android app is installed: web.dev/get-installed-….

via Twitter Web App in reply to JarSyr

⏰ RemindMe remindme.lamplightdev.com by @lamplightdev is a neat little app that showcases the power of Notification Triggers (web.dev/notification-t…): locally scheduled notifications that don’t need a network connection. Try it in Chrome on desktop or Antwitter.com/lamplightdev/s…

via Twitter Web App

@kennethrohde @esviji @slightlylate @andreban The rejection message at least is pretty clear about this. Do we have this limitation in our docs, @andreban? The article web.dev/using-a-pwa-in… points to play.google.com/about/develope…, when I search the print versplay.google.com/about/develope…

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to kennethrohde