re: Some questions about SPA UX VIEW POST

re: If the app needs data it doesn't have, and the network is being slow/unreliable, of course you should indicate that to the user. This goes for any ...

I wanted to respond in detail but didn't get the time, so here goes. Yours are all valid points, but they also reflect the state of front-end development -- incredibly complex. The bar seems to be raised a few notches every month, and sometimes all I want to do is sit down and cry. 😂

I can't even begin imagining the complexity of a progressive front-end that has service workers and offline capabilities. 😐


There's all sorts of open source that will really hide the complexity from you. It's a great choice for any pragmatic business need.
Only in a few rare cases outside of being an obsessive perfectionist do you need to get your hands dirty.
Something like Next.js + apollo-client + workbox and you're off to the races.

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