Trusted Web Activity - a way to publish PWA on Google Play

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Trusted Web Activity (TWA) is a way to display Progressive Web Apps (PWA) using Chrome Custom Tabs. This technology allows you to quickly use your current website to create an "installable" application for Android and publish it on Google Play Store. Such application works in full screen mode, without the address bar, giving the impression of using a native application.

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Multilanguage support in Laravel 7

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Adding multilanguage support to Laravel application requires focusing on three main aspects: routing, user interface translation and database structure modification. In this article I will describe each of them and draw attention to good practices that are worth following.

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WebP support on the webserver level

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When implementing WebP on a website, the main problem is to provide support for browsers that do not support it. I will show you how to quickly and sensibly add WebP support on the webserver level (NGINX and Apache) without any modification of the front- and back-end code which, depending of its complexity, could be very time-consuming.

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PWA - minimum requirements

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PWA (Progressive Web App) is a web application that in theory works in a similar way to a native application installed on a desktop or mobile device. In this article you will learn how to make your application meet all the minimum PWA requirements in 15 minutes and make it installable.

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