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8 thoughts on “Service Worker Libraries, Totally Tooling Tips (S3, E6)”

  • l'any truoc toi cung da noi roi nhung.xem tren cacau Trang quan Cao Dien thoai aipon man hinh t'hi noi that voi toi Chua vua y hay khong nguoi cua Dien thoai com may mau cung duoc nhung nhung cho ho vi du nhung cho cam sac saó khong lam mot cai gi day de che di. toi chi n'ho com chat si gom hay gi do co the chiu luck va Dan Hoi rat tot tai saó khong dung ma cursos Phair la Kim loai

  • l'any truoc toi cung da noi roi nhung.xem tren cacau Trang quan Cao Dien thoai aipon man hinh t'hi noi that voi toi Chua vua y hay khong nguoi cua Dien thoai com may mau cung duoc nhung nhung cho ho vi du nhung cho cam sac saó khong lam mot cai gi day de che di. toi chi n'ho com chat si gom hay gi do co the chiu luck va Dan Hoi rat tot tai saó khong dung ma cursos Phair la Kim loai

  • Yohann Streibel says:

    For dynamic content why you didn't use sw-precache by configuring like this :

    runtimeCaching: [{
    urlPattern: /^https://example.com/api/,
    handler: 'networkFirst'
    }, {
    urlPattern: //articles//,
    handler: 'fastest',
    options: {
    cache: {
    maxEntries: 10,
    name: 'articles-cache'
    }
    }
    }]

  • Mark Horstmeier says:

    If you are going to refer to a link or resource, especially with a call to action, please also put the link in the description/video notes. This way you can pay attention to the content, but not have to scroll back through the video frames or search for a particular slide if you come back at a later date.

    Also, embedded links are nifty, but it's easier to expand the description and pop up a new window to follow along, rather than pixel hunt

  • Thad Humphries says:

    Q: Do you ever need to work offline?

    A: Well, my ISP is Comcast…

    Q: Oh, pretty much all the time then?

    A: Yes. 🙁

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