PWA for WordPress

Description

About this plugin

To make your WordPress website to PWA, this plugin make two files, “Manifest” and “ServiceWorker” in your website.
Manifest file is a json file that has configurations of web applications.
ServiceWorker is a JavaScript file that controls PWA’s functions.
To start PWA, configure two files from configuration screen.

You can fine-tune the cache, such as expiration date, time and URL exclusion.
By excluding the URLs, like a new arrival information, data acquisition destination in Ajax, this plugin can keep PWA data fresh.
You can set expire time of caches, then old cache will purged after specified time.

STEP1

Configure Manifest

Prepare icon image file, image file must be png format.
Make offline page, this page will cached with PWA installation and shown when PWA is offline.
Setup manifest file from Manifest Configuration page.
Image file will be resized to fit icon sizes automatically.

STEP2

Configure ServiceWorker

Setup ServiceWorker file from ServiceWorker Configuration page.

COMPLETE!

Screenshots

  • Main panel: status and usage, toggle switch for PWA start/stop.
  • Configure and generate 'Manifest'
  • Configure and generate 'ServiceWorker'

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/pwa4wp directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the PWA for WordPress screen to configure the plugin
  4. If “Current PWA Status” in main panel is not working, press “START” button.
  5. done!

FAQ

If you have any questions…

Contact us from this link.
http://www.compin.jp/contact-pwa4wp/

Update information

We are managing the source code with github.
There is information about updates and issues.
https://github.com/ryu-compin/pwa4wp

Reviews

Cache control

有効期限やURLでの除外などキャッシュの細かなコントロールができます。
新着情報のリストやajaxでのデータ取得先のURLなどをキャッシュから除外することで、サイトの鮮度を保ちながらPWAの恩恵を受けることができる。

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Contributors & Developers

“PWA for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.7

Release Date – 22 September, 2018
Update:
Added test form for reguler expression in ServiceWorker settings.
Fixed issue:
Fixed PHP worning when PWA is active before Manifest created.
Fixed PHP worning when Manifest create before ServiceWorker created.

1.0.5 / 1.0.6

Release Date – 12 September, 2018
Fixed issue:
Readme typo.
Fixed JavaScript error when fetching “online first”.

1.0.4

Release Date – 12 September, 2018
Fixed issue:
Readme typo.
Update:
When Manifest file generated, ServiceWorker will be re-generated only when ServiceWorker already exists.
Added donation button. 🙂
Edited CSS.

1.0.3

Release Date – 04 September, 2018
Fixed issue:
ServiceWorker cache name is not correct.

1.0.2

Release Date – 04 September, 2018
Fixed issue:
Removed unused CSS loading.
Update:
Add toggle switch for PWA start/stop

1.0.1

Release Date – 30 August, 2018
Fixed issue:
When deactivate plugin, ServiceWorker and Manifest files are removed but PWA status remains active.

1.0.0

Release Date – 29 August, 2018
First release.