This is the moment you’ve been training for. Everything you’ve learned in the previous chapters has prepared you for this: your first chance to take an actual application and turn it into a PWA. None of that pirate stuff. This is the real deal. Kind of. Mostly. You’ll be taking a fantastic open source app from GitHub that’s in need of a little PWA love. First, you’ll check out the app’s Lighthouse scores for PWA and Performance. That’ll give you an idea of where to start. You’ll try to get as close to a perfect Lighthouse score as you can, but ...
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10. Turning a Real App into a PWA
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