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Re: Service Workers at Work...

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2016 06:31:20 +0200
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To: W3C Digital Publishing IG <public-digipub-ig@w3.org>
B.t.w., there is also a small video on

https://twitter.com/igrigorik/status/747826527295811584 <https://twitter.com/igrigorik/status/747826527295811584>

showing a way to put the 'book' on the home screen on Android. I am not an Android user, so I could not try this…

Ivan

> On 24 Oct 2016, at 06:28, Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org> wrote:
> 
> Just for fun:
> 
> Last week a colleague of mine drew my attention on a nice example:
> 
> https://hpbn.co <https://hpbn.co/>
> 
> the book (which reads very nicely in a browser, with a very clean HTML structure; it is refreshing to see it), can be read online and offline. I just tried it, looked at the TOC, opened one or two chapters, then turned my WiFi off, and the whole book (including chapters that I have not seen before) could just be read. I used Opera, which, per caniuse, has SW in the browser.
> 
> The trick is in
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> https://hpbn.co/assets/5e7a4451127bdccbb9346f1c8744c0d9.js <https://hpbn.co/assets/5e7a4451127bdccbb9346f1c8744c0d9.js>
> 
> which is linked from the documents and which does some SW magic.
> 
> Just a good example…
> 
> Ivan
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Ivan Herman, W3C
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