PWAs let you build a lightweight website that can double down as an app on your smartphone, with fast loading, rich features, and a convenient app icon—without actually being a native app. With a flexible back-end and compatibility with any front-end framework, Enonic lets you also get the benefit of a headless CMS to create and deliver content in your app.
Model rich content types with blocks, grouped fields, content/media references, and rich text editing using our flexible schema system. Together with the GraphQL API, you can fetch exactly the data you want. The API adapts dynamically to your content model and can be customized.
Enonic offers fully customizable user rights and access management, with custom roles and user groups, and granular management for each content item. Third-party providers are supported via pluggable ID providers.
Enonic provides a server-side MVC framework for application development. The framework features a rails-like concept for faster development and less complexity. Other highlights include customizable APIs, flexible data storage, and search across different sources.
The Norwegian professional football leagues Eliteserien and OBOS-ligaen ramped up their usability and went for progressive web apps in the 2022 season.
A team of skilled developers and table football enthusiasts wanted to take it to the next level. The result is an amazing Progressive Web App that enables "Foosball" players from all over the globe to create leagues of their own, invite opponents, and play to rule the rankings.
What can progressive web apps do for your digital experiences?
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A framework-agnostic PWA starter kit based on Workbox, Webpack, and the Router library.