In the recent posts about showcase coffeepush, we explored the main idea and then the technical implementation to enable the push feature. After a while, we realized that ServiceWorkers can be used for many other cool features, too, and these features are often not hard to implement. So while we only needed a ServiceWorker initially to get access to the PushManager, we ended up also exploring offline web apps and web install banners. Continue reading
For this post, I assume you’ve read my post from yesterday about a small ordering prototype that we’ve created using web push technology. We’ve learnt lot’s about recent technologies such as browser notifications, serviceworkers and push-messaging, which we’re sharing in this post. Continue reading
It’s a while since I looked at new web developments. But an idea that was quickly spreading in our team provided me with the perfect reason to have another look at some. The emerging web (browser) feature that we looked at and that we used to realize a small prototype with is called Web Push. Continue reading
Dear readers of this blog
… there is a new open-source Project from Mozilla that aims to make
open and available to everyone. Everyone benefits from this, including us, Hybris Labs.
So – if you’re a technical person or not –
One of the most demanded feature in chatbots is the ability to automatically provide helpful informations. Users might ask about how to pay the purchases online, how to return an defected item, when the purchase could be delivered or just about the opening hours of a shop. Continue reading