In this presentation, Google Developer Expert and awarded Microsoft MVP, Chander Dhall will take you from beginner to advanced level with Progressive Web Apps. The presentation includes offline support, app shell architecture, tools for building service workers, mobile web payments, and credentials management, add to homescreen, push notifications and best practices.
About Chander Dhall
Chander Dhall, CEO of Cazton, is an awarded Microsoft MVP, Google Developer Expert and world-renowned technology leader in architecting and implementing solutions. He's not only rescued software development teams, but also implemented successful projects under tight deadlines and difficult business constraints. His company has a proven track record of not just saving the client millions of dollars, but also providing an expedited delivery time. Chander's team of experts are internationally-acclaimed speakers in top technical conferences in the world.
As an Azure Advisor, Docker Insider, ASP.NET Insider, Web API Advisor, Cosmos DB Advisor, and an MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies, Chander has insight into new releases on technologies used by millions of developers. His critical advice, impeccable vision, futuristic strategy backed with creating and establishing best practices in the industry are some of the reasons for his unparalleled success.
At the same time, he's a voracious and highly-respected speaker. Chander is known to elucidate critical and complex concepts while making them easy to understand. He's one man who can talk to anyone from a junior developer, a senior architect all the way to an executive and knows how to speak their language. He is the author of "Scalability Patterns" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1484210743/) and "Building Single Page Application Using ASP.NET Core & Angular" (https://www.cazton.com/blogs/technical/building-spa-using-aspnetcore-angular-ebook). He has utilized his amazing business sense having started a company with zero funding and turned it into a multi-million-dollar company in less than two years.