To see if the service worker is caching, use the browser developer tools: In Chrome, go to the Application panel and see the Service Workers section on the left sidebar. In Firefox, go to the Storage panel and see under the Cache Storage section. Also see about:debugging to see if the service worker is registered correctly.
Apr 26, 2017 · Service workers are at the core of PWA techniques for resource-caching and push notifications. This video covers what a Service Worker is, what it can do, and the Service Worker lifecycle in the ...
A related codelab explains how to integrate service worker into an existing application and how to make it work offline. In this codelab, we'll retrace those steps but this time we'll use a tool called sw-precache to add offline functionality with only six lines of code. Apr 04, 2016 · TL,DR: In a recent electron-based project we took advantage of service workers and the new cache API to cache hundreds of assets in the browser for offline access. The service worker’s API ... Apr 26, 2017 · Caching provides a mechanism for storing request/response object pairs in the browser. This video covers the basics of the Cache API and outlines a few common patterns for caching resources ... Apr 26, 2019 · Service Workers - Practical Guided Introduction (several examples) Last Updated: 26 April 2019 local_offer PWA In this post, we are going to do a practical guided Tour of Service Workers, by focusing on one of its most important use cases: Application Download and Installation (including application versioning). Nov 29, 2017 · The old v1 Service Worker won’t die until all of the v1 Service Worker’s tabs have closed. (The Service Worker API calls tabs “clients.”) While the v1 Service Worker lives, the Refresh button will generate pages from the old v1 Service Worker’s cache, no matter how many times we refresh. Let’s fix this, shall we?