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This morning a client contacted me with a strange problem. At first I couldn't reproduce it because I use Chrome but then I realized that it only affects Firefox and CKE fields.
If you type some text and then press SHIFT+ENTER to insert a <br> then wirte some text in the second line and then place the cursor at the start of the second line and hit backspace, the cursor jumps to the wrong position. The clients content editors are extremely frustrated by this because they have to search for the cursor
I can reproduce this behavior in almost all PW versions, even a clean install witout any CKE plugins.
This whole behavior seems somehow familiar, like I have heard it before, but I can't remenber...
Anyone knows a solution except using Chrome?
For a while now, I've wanted to expand my skills into mobile app development. Having done some Googling and watched several YouTube videos regarding native versus hybrid apps, I decided to go native. I did my homework regarding React, Ionic, etc and decided to go native. I settled on the NativeScript + TypeScript combo although it seems most tutorials are about Angular. Anyway, after watching quite a number of videos, just when I was about to dive into things, someone turned off the lights! Progressive what? PWA? Haven't you heard about this? No, I haven't! Where have you been? Let's not go there...
OK, so I don't know much about mobile apps as you can tell (or even much about frontend development as my personal websites do tell, ). At first, I dismissed Progressive Web Apps as another Google tech that is bound to fail....until I read that Twitter, Blah Blah, have joined the bandwagon and the thing is gaining serious traction.
It was back to more Googling. I now know (I think) what Progressive Web Apps are (or are meant to be). Naturally, my first question was Progressive Web Apps versus Native apps. So, I asked Google. Google told me to stop asking that question. To be precise, it told me (at least with the first couple of results) that that was the wrong question to ask! I tried finding out why, but the answer was hidden down some deep mobile rabbit hole that I didn't have time to fully descend into.
It seems I am back to where I started. Native apps seem to be promising first class citizenship (who doesn't want that?). On the other hand, I am being told, Progressive Web Apps are the bright shiny future that will solve all our problems (and maybe even shutdown the Play Store! ). Please be gentle with my ignorant self. I have asked Google but she hasn't bothered or cannot be bothered to reply or I am asking her the wrong questions. I simply want to know if Progressive Web Apps can or will one day be able to be used to:
Build apps like WhatsApp, etc? Build games like Candy Crush (what?)? Build premium apps (how would that work?) Or...are Progressive Web Apps just a replacement for mobile.domain.com? Should I ditch my NativeScript??
If someone could help me out here (once you're done laughing at my silly questions ) and/or point me to resources that will answer my questions, I'll be forever grateful .
I just want to point out this framework for making html apps https://onsen.io/
it's compatible with jquery, angular, vue, react or any other js framework.
So far I made an app using this and bootstrap with https://propeller.in/
for the desing and some libs like jquery and lodash for the app logic
I prefer this to other alternatives like ionic since it does not bound you to angular or react.
I've started using it and I'm really impressed with how fast and responsive it is. Tab switching and startup is instant. On my PC, Chrome lags when scrolling on YouTube or on some sites occasionally, but on Quantum, everything feels buttery smooth. Design is quite nice and not in our face. RAM usage is way lower than Chrome, too.
It'll be released on November 14, but a beta and dev edition is available if you want to test and see for yourself.