Chromium Edge PWAs can now be released to Windows 10 Microsoft Store

    Chromium Edge PWAs can now be released to Windows 10 Microsoft Store

    Chromium Edge PWAs can now be released to Windows 10 Microsoft Store


    The Microsoft Store was the first app store to support Progressive Web Apps. PWAs have since become one of the leading ways to distribute apps to users on Windows. However, a lot has changed on the web platform since that original blog post, with modern technologies and APIs such as Web Assembly, Web Bluetooth, Web USB, Web Share, Web Shortcuts, and more enabling developers to ship increasingly advanced apps on the web. Also, Microsoft Edge itself has changed since that original blog post, including the announcement of the new Edge, which uses the the open source Chromium engine. We know that developers are excited to use the full power of the new Edge with their PWAs in the Microsoft Store and because of this, today we are extremely excited to announce the first Preview of the new PWABuilder Windows platform! This significant update enables you to easily start packaging your Progressive Web Apps, using the new Chromium based Edge, for the Microsoft Store!


    Read more: Bringing Chromium Edge PWAs (Progressive Web Apps) to the Microsoft Store | by Justin Willis | PWABuilder | Oct, 2020 | Medium


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