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Google Chrome already supports PWAs, here’s how to use them

Progressive Web Apps are the next big thing in desktop computing, with Microsoft, Google and Firefox among others reworking their browsers so that they support PWAs. Microsoft for one, has promised that it’ll be allowing users of the Edge browser and the Microsoft Store to install and run PWAs just like they are native apps […] Read More: Google Chrome already supports PWAs, here’s how
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