A Book Apart: Progressive Web Apps

This time last year, I was at Chrome Dev Summit. I ran into Jason Grigsby, who I am always glad to chat with. He mentioned, slightly off-hand, that he was writing a new book about Progressive Web Apps and jokingly suggested that I would be a good person to contribute to a foreword.

Well. He wasn’t joking.

His wonderful new book is out now, published by A Book Apart.

Picture of the PWA book
A real book made of trees!

The foreword is written by myself and Alex, and we mean every word we say in it. We couldn’t be happier with how Jason’s book turned out and it’s really the only book you need if you want to understand why, and how, you should be building PWAs.

I’m very thankful for his kindness and the opportunity to contribute in a tiny way to his amazing work.

24ways 2010

So, I wrote a little article for this year’s 24ways on documentation. It’s based heavily on the processes we used to develop BBC Glow, so I hope someone finds it useful.

If you’re feeling charitable, this year you can buy my article and the other brilliant 23 as an annual from Five Simple Steps: 24ways 2010 Annual, with the proceeds going to UNICEF. Yay!