Super Progressive Web Apps

Descripción

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) es una nueva tecnología que combina lo mejor de la web móvil y lo mejor de las aplicaciones móviles para crear una experiencia web móvil superior. Se instalan en el teléfono como una aplicación normal (aplicación web) y se puede acceder a ellos desde la pantalla de inicio.

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Los usuarios pueden volver a tu web iniciando la aplicación desde su pantalla de inicio e interactuar con tu sitio web a través de una interfaz similar a una aplicación. ¡Tus visitantes que regresen experimentarán tiempos de carga casi instantáneos y disfrutarán de las grandes ventajas de rendimiento de tu PWA!

¡Las aplicaciones Super Progressive Web te facilitan la conversión de tu web de WordPress en una aplicación web progresiva al instante!

Una vez que SuperPWA esté instalado, los usuarios que naveguen por tu web desde un dispositivo móvil compatible verán un aviso de «Añadir a la pantalla de inicio» (en la parte inferior de la pantalla) y podrán «instalar tu web» en la pantalla de inicio de su dispositivo. ¡Cada página visitada se almacena localmente en su dispositivo y estará disponible para leer incluso cuando estén desconectados!

SuperPWA es fácil de configurar, ¡toma menos de un minuto configurar tu aplicación web progresiva! SuperPWA realiza una desinstalación limpia, eliminando todas las entradas y archivos de la base de datos que crea. De hecho, ninguna de los ajustes por defecto se guarda en la base de datos hasta que las guardes manualmente la primera vez. Adelante y pruébalo.

¿Y la mejor parte? Si alguna vez te quedas atascado, ¡estamos aquí para proteger tu espalda! Abre un tique de soporte si tienes una pregunta o necesitas una característica. ¡Estamos muy emocionados de escuchar tus comentarios y queremos ayudarte genuinamente a construir la mejor aplicación web progresiva para tu web de WordPress!

¿Demostración rápida?

  • Abre SuperPWA.com en un dispositivo compatible.
  • Añade la web a tu pantalla de inicio, ya sea desde el mensaje Añadir a la pantalla de inicio (Chrome para Android) o desde el menú del navegador.
  • Abre la app desde tu pantalla de inicio y verás la pantalla de inicio.
  • Apaga tus datos y wifi para desconectarse y abrir la app. Aún podrás ver la aplicación y navegar por las páginas que ya has visitado.
  • Busca una página que no hayas visitado antes. Se mostrará la página sin conexión.

¡Gracias, entusiastas de la PWA!

Nos sentimos honrados por los comentarios de la comunidad. Gracias a todos los que creyeron en nosotros y probaron nuestro plugin. Sus comentarios han sido invaluables y hemos aprendido mucho de su experiencia. ¡Gracias por su cariño y apoyo y esperamos devolver el cariño esforzándonos por ofrecerte el mejor plugin de aplicaciones web progresivas para WordPress!

Qué hay en la caja

Estas son las características actuales de Super Progressive Web Apps:

  • Genera un manifiesto para tu web y añádelo al encabezado de tu web.
  • Establece el icono de la aplicación para tu aplicación web progresiva.
  • Establece el color de fondo de la pantalla de inicio de tu app web progresiva.
  • Tu web mostrará el aviso «Añadir a la pantalla de inicio» cuando se acceda a él en un navegador compatible.
  • Almacenamiento en caché agresivo de páginas utilizando CacheStorage API.
  • Una vez almacenadas en caché, las páginas se sirven incluso si el usuario está desconectado.
  • Establecer la página personalizada sin conexión: selecciona la página que deseas que el usuario vea cuando se accede a una página que no está en la memoria caché y el usuario está desconectado.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.2: soporte para la meta propiedad de color de tema. Cambia el color de la barra de direcciones del navegador de Chrome, Firefox OS y Opera para que coincida con los colores de tu web.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.2: ahora puedes editar el nombre de la aplicación y el nombre corto de la aplicación.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.2: establece la página de inicio de tu PWA.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.2: establecer la versión de Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) de la página de inicio. Plugins compatibles: AMP para WordPress, AMP para WP, Better AMP, AMP Supremacy, WP AMP.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.3: soporte añadido para pantalla de bienvenida de alta calidad. Ahora puedes establecer el icono de 512×512 para la pantalla de inicio de tu aplicación web progresiva.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.3: Super Progressive Web Apps ahora tienen en cuenta las actualizaciones de contenido y actualizarán la caché a medida que actualizas la web.
  • New in version 1.3: Improved in-browser service worker update handling.
  • New in version 1.4: You can now set the default orientation of your PWA. Choose from «any» (Follow Device Orientation), «Portrait» and «Landscape».
  • New in version 1.4: You can now set the theme_color property in the manifest.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.5: integración OneSignal para notificaciones Push.
  • Nuevo en la versión 1.6: compatibilidad con red multi sitio de WordPress.
  • New in version 1.7: Add-Ons for SuperPWA is here! Ships with UTM Tracking Add-On to track visits coming from your PWA.
  • New in version 1.8: Compatibility issues with OneSignal are now resolved!
  • New in version 1.8: New Add-On: Apple Touch Icons that sets your app icons as Apple Touch Icons.
  • Nuevo en la versión 2.0: SuperPWA ahora es compatible con WordPress instalado en una subcarpeta.
  • Nuevo en la versión 2.0: ahora puedes establecerla propiedad de visualización desde los ajustes de SuperPWA.
  • Novedad en la versión 2.1.1: SuperPWA ahora es compatible con los Maskable Icons.
  • Registro de cambios completo

Próximas características:

  • Aviso de indicador de desconectado.

PRO Version support additional advance feature
* Call To Action (CTA) More Info
* Android APK APP Generator More Info
* Data Analytics More Info

Requisitos mínimos de la app web progresiva

Las aplicaciones web progresivas requieren que tu web de WordPress se proporcione desde un origen seguro, es decir, tu web debe ser HTTPS y no HTTP. Si tu sitio web no es HTTPS, comunícate con el soporte del servidor. También puedes preguntanossi necesitas ayuda.

Compatibilidad con dispositivos y navegadores para PWA

Las aplicaciones web progresivas necesitan navegadores que admitan manifiestos y de servicios workers. Actualmente, Google Chrome (versión 57+), Chrome para Android (62), Mozilla Firefox (57), Firefox para Android (58) son los principales navegadores que admiten PWA.

La lista está creciendo rápidamente y es probable que sea compatible con la mayoría de los principales navegadores a finales de este año.

Cómo convertir tu web de WordPress en una aplicación web progresiva

WordPress Installation

  • Visit WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New
  • Search for ‘Super Progressive Web Apps’
  • Click «Install Now» and then «Activate» Super Progressive Web Apps

To install manually:

  • Upload super-progressive-web-apps folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory on your server
  • Go to WordPress Admin > Plugins
  • Activate Super Progressive Web Apps plugin from the list.

Customizing Your Progressive Web App

Your Progressive Web App should be ready to test with the default settings on activation. You can customize it further and make it truly your own.

  • Go to WordPress Admin > SuperPWA
  • Set a Background Color for the splash screen to be shown when your PWA is opened on a mobile device.
  • Set the Application Icon. This will be the icon of your PWA when it is added to the homescreen in a mobile device. The icon must be a PNG image and exactly 192 x 192 pixels in size.
  • Set the Offline Page. This page will be displayed if the user is offline and the page he requested is not cached already. Ideally you should create a dedicated WordPress page and set it here. Within the page you create, you could add a note that reads, «It looks like you are offline and the page you requested is not available right now. Please check back again once you are online.».
  • Click «Save Settings».

Testing Your Progressive Web App

  • Open a supported browser in a supported device (for eg: Chrome for Android (62 or higher) in an Android Phone)
  • Enter your website and wait till it fully loads
  • You should see a pop-up that has your Application Icon and a button that reads «ADD TO HOME SCREEN».
  • Click on it and your PWA will be added to your home screen. Wait for the install to complete.
  • Go to your home screen and open your PWA. Browse into a few pages if you like. Close the App.
  • Disconnect from the internet and now open your PWA again. You should be able to see all the pages that you previously browsed.
  • Try visiting a page that you did not visit before. You should see the page you set as your «Offline Page» in the settings of SuperPWA.

Troubleshooting Your Progressive Web App

Uh, oh. Your PWA did not work as expected? You do not see the «Add to Home Screen» notice?

  • Make sure your website has a SSL certificate installed. i.e. your website should be https instead of http (as in https://your-domain.com).
  • Make sure you are using a supported device and a supported browser. Refer to the «Device and Browser Support For PWA» list above.
  • Make sure your Application Icon and Splash Screen Icon’s are of PNG format and 192px X 192px and 512px X 512px in size respectively.
  • Clear the browser cache and try again. In Chrome for Android, go to Settings > Privacy > «Clear browsing data».
  • If the application icon does not update after first install, delete the PWA from your phone, clear browser cache and install again. (We are working on making it better.)
  • Create a new support ticket and share a link to your website. We will take a look and figure it out for you.

Feature Requests, Issues, Pull Requests

Here is our repository on GitHub. Send us your pull requests, feature requests or issues, if any.

About us

We are a duo who got excited about the idea. Our mission is simple: Help you build an awesome PWA that your users would want to have on their home screen.

When we first heard about PWA we wanted to learn everything about it. We have spent countless hours learning and wants to share it with the world.

Please give us your constructive feedback and support.

Capturas

  • Settings page in WordPress Admin > SuperPWA > Settings

Instalación

To install this plugin:

  1. Install the plugin through the WordPress admin interface, or upload the plugin folder to /wp-content/plugins/ using FTP.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
  3. Go to WordPress Admin > SuperPWA

FAQ

If you have any questions, please ask it on the support forum.

Will Progressive Web Apps work on iOS devices?

Starting with Safari for iOS 11.3, Apple devices offer partial support for PWA’s. However, there is no native Add To Home Screen prompt just yet. You can add your app by tapping «Add to Home Screen» button in the share menu of the browser ( look for the square icon with an up arrow in the foreground ).

Just like you, we are eagerly awaiting the upcoming releases and we hope to see better compatibility in the coming months.

How To Customize Splash Screen

You can easily change the icon and the background color in SuperPWA > Settings.

Further customizations are not available right now, not because of any limitation of SuperPWA, but because they are not available in the PWA technology. When more options come up in the future, we will add them to SuperPWA then.

How To Track Visits Originating From Your Progressive Web App

You can track visits from your PWA in your analytics software (for e.g. Google Analytics) using the UTM Tracking add-on of SuperPWA. Go to SuperPWA > Add-Ons and activate UTM Tracking. Then in SuperPWA > UTM Tracking, you can set the UTM parameters as needed. Please refer the documentation for further information.

GDPR Compliance

SuperPWA does not collect or store user data, nor does it set cookies or store tracking data. Content visited by users from your PWA is stored in the user’s own device, in the cache of the browser. This is very similar to how modern browsers caches content offline for faster browsing.

With the UTM Tracking Add-On, you will be able to differentiate the visits originating from your PWA in your analytics software. You may have to include this in your privacy policy. Please note that SuperPWA does not track the visits, we just help you add the UTM parameters to the URL of the Start Page of your app so that third party analytics tools can differentiate the visits.

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Reseñas

27 de agosto de 2022
This plugin is one of those rare gems that goes beyond just adding a feature. This plugin is a standalone reason to use WordPress. In 5 min you can make any of your WordPress sites an app with no code. Really great stuff.
28 de marzo de 2022
I want to modify the manifest file, for pwa like Twitter, this is because i want to add web app screenshots also and app shortcuts. Is this plugin provide manifest file editing or offline page editing? For more customization!
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Colaboradores y desarrolladores

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Registro de cambios

2.2.6

  • Date: 06.July.2022
  • BugFixed : Stop servicework for caching the videos. #279
  • BugFixed : Apple Touch Icons & Splash Screen not fetching Welcome screen image #284
  • Enhancement : Added New Addon Pull To Refresh #285

2.2.5

  • Date: 21.April.2022
  • BugFixed : Add to home screen was not working when theme manifest is active #271

2.2.4

  • Date: 8.April.2022
  • BugFixed : CTA Banner should be hidden once app is installed #264

2.2.3

  • Date: 26.March.2022
  • Enhancement : Added New Addon QR Code Generator Array #255
  • Enhancement : Added Warning UI on License tab when key is expired #258

2.2.2

  • Date: 16.March.2022
  • Enhancement : Added Compatibility with WonderPush Pushnotifications plugin #188
  • Enhancement : Improved the Design of User feedback auto email system #252

2.2.1

  • Date: 17.February.2022
  • Bug Fixed : Some extension addon features are not working properly #245

2.2

  • Date: 14.December.2021
  • Bug Fixed : Fixed Manifest Warnings Regarding Icon Purpose Value#237
  • Enhancement : Added AMP Support with Official AMP and AMPforWP Plugins#218
  • Enhancement : Added New option to Reset Settings#233

2.1.19

  • Date: 23.November.2021
  • Enhancement : Added New option to exclude Add to homescreen banner on particular pages #232

2.1.18

  • Date: 1.November.2021
  • Bug Fixed : Resolved the issue of License alert showing when key is not activated #230
  • Bug Fixed : PHP Warning: Trying to access array offset on value of type bool #230
  • Enhancement : Added New Addon PreLoader Array #226

2.1.17

  • Date: 23.October.2021
  • Bug Fixed : Resolved the issue of Invalid regular expression error when exclude cache URL is placed without end slash #216
  • Bug Fixed : Added Seperate caching for range header request urls to aviod 206 type error #220
  • Enhancement : Added Pre Caching Feature in Caching Strategies Addon. #222
  • Enhancement : Updated License Page to display Complete License Information. #227
  • Enhancement : Added Status bar style option for apple icons. #210
  • Enhancement : Added Proper Method to render Application name and shortname of PWA App even with non-standard characters. #112

2.1.16

  • Date: 26.August.2021
  • Bug Fixed : «Add to homescreen» banner was not showing when Wp fastest cache plugin is active #209
  • Enhancement : Added an Option to Re-Install Service Worker #211
  • Enhancement : Added an Option to Cache External Origin URLs by Service Worker #213

2.1.15

  • Date: 12.July.2021
  • Bug Fixed : User end issue: Apple splash icon not working properly #200
  • Bug Fixed : Centralize image with background color not getting saved. #205

2.1.14

  • Date: 30.June.2021
  • Enhancement: Need to Improve Admin UI #196

2.1.13

  • Date: 15.June.2021
  • BugFixed: iOS Splash Screen Images are not getting saved #191

2.1.12

  • Date: 29.May.2021
    Enhancement: Need An Option to exclude the URL #183
    Enhancement: Improved Tabs UI design #190

2.1.11

  • Date: 17.May.2021
    BugFixed: Remediation of Splash Screen Settings #178

2.1.10

  • Date: 10.May.2021
    BugFixed: iOS splash screen not working using apple icons addon #182
    BugFixed: iOS – Splash Screen #175

2.1.9

  • Date: 17.April.2021
    Minor Improvment: Added Data Analytics Addon Array #152

2.1.8

  • Date: 15.March.2021
    BugFixed: manifest json file taking a long time to load #130
    Enhancement: Compatibility with Onesignal on multisite #94

2.1.7

  • Date: 16.February.2021
    BugFixed: Manifest shortcut icons json issue resolve image size 192×192 #163
    Enhancement: iOS application splash screen support for all screens #160
    Enhancement: Feature of caching, multiple strategies #138

2.1.6

  • Date: 04.February.2021
    BugFixed: Manifest shows start URL is out of the scope URL in Specific cases #162
    BugFixed: Offline analytics undefined variable #99
    Enhancement: iOS application icons are blur overwrite by WordPress #161
    BugFixed: Quick action feature for PWA icons need to specify size #147

2.1.5

  • Date: 06.January.2021
    Enhancement: Added the support of google analytics #149
    Enhancement: Disabling “Add to home screen” #150
    Enhancement: Support for Yandex manifest #146
    Enhancement: Addex Quick action (shortcut) feature for PWA #147
    Enhancement: Improve user interface #142
    Enhancement: Added the tutorial link for Call To Action and Android APK APP Generator #145

2.1.4

  • Date: 18.December.2020
    Bug Fix: Wrong manifest path if installed WordPress in a sub-folder #134
    Enhancement: Need to increase character limit of APP name. #139
    Bug Fix: Default Add to home screen banner is not showing #140
    Bug Fix: Changes in Presentation #141 / #143

2.1.3

Improvement: Changes in Admin Options
Enhancement: Added more pages

2.1.2

  • Date: 25.July.2020
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue where Application Icon was not showing.

2.1.1

  • Date: 4.July.2020
  • Tested with WordPress 5.4.2.
  • Enhancement: Added support for Maskable Icons #127

2.1

  • Date: 29.May.2020
  • Tested with WordPress 5.4.1.
  • Enhancement: Removed the WordPress admin notice suggesting to add SuperPWA manifest to OneSignal. [#114] (https://github.com/SuperPWA/Super-Progressive-Web-Apps/issues/114)
  • Enhancement: Updated fallback value in superpwa_get_display() to match the default value in superpwa_get_settings().
  • Enhancement: UTM Tracking Add-on: Added default values for Campaign Medium and Campaign Name.
  • Bug Fix: Fixed a rare PHP Notice: Array to string conversion in basic-setup.php on line 415. #92
  • Bug Fix: Added a check to see if WP_Plugins_List_Table class is available before using it. #93

2.0.2

  • Date: 16.January.2019
  • Bug Fix: Fix fatal error in PHP versions prior to PHP 5.5. «Cant use function return value in write context».

2.0.1

  • Date: 15.January.2019
  • Enhancement: Added compatibility for setups where dynamic files are not supported.

2.0

  • Date: 28.December.2018
  • Tested with WordPress 5.0.2.
  • Enhancement: Dynamic service worker and manifest.
  • Enhancement: SuperPWA is now compatible with WordPress in a sub-folder.
  • Enhancement: Added UI to set Display property in the web app manifest.
  • Enhancement: Limit short_name to 12 characters to meet Lighthouse recommendation.
  • Enhancement: Added PHP CodeSniffer to stick to «WordPress-Extra» coding standards. Thanks Daniel for the work.
  • Enhancement: SuperPWA is available in 12 languages now, thanks to the awesome translators! Translators are credited in the release note.

1.9

  • Date: 25.July.2018
  • Tested with WordPress 4.9.7.
  • Enhancement: Added compatibility with Google Chrome 68 Mini Info-Bar.
  • Enhancement: Added support for tagDiv AMP Plugin which ships with Newspaper theme and Newsmag theme. If you use this theme, you can now use AMP version of the start page.
  • Enhancement: Added support for images in offline page. Images added to offline page are now cached during service worker activation.
  • Enhancement: Improved the service worker installation routine to handle invalid entities in the service worker dependencies.
  • Enhancement: SuperPWA is now translated to French, thanks to @romainvincent and Spanish, thanks to @arkangel.
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue where translation files in /languages/ folder was not being loaded.

1.8.1

1.8

  • Date: 31.May.2018
  • Tested with WordPress 4.9.6.
  • New Add-On: Apple Touch Icons. Set the Application Icon and Splash Screen Icon as Apple Touch Icons for compatibility with iOS devices.
  • Enhancement: Added support for Add to Home Screen prompt for Chrome 68 and beyond.
  • Enhancement: Better add-on activation and deactivation by hooking onto admin_post action.
  • Enhancement: Attempt to generate manifest and service worker automatically on visiting the SuperPWA settings page after adjusting root folder permissions.
  • Enhancement: Generated a .pot file with all strings for translation. You can also translate SuperPWA to your language by visiting translate.wordpress.org
  • Bug Fix: Compatibility issues with OneSignal are resolved for single installs.
  • Bug Fix: Updated plugin action links and admin notices with the correct admin menu link.

1.7.1

  • Date: 05.May.2018
  • Bug Fix: Fix fatal error in PHP versions prior to PHP 5.5. «Cant use function return value in write context».

1.7

  • Date: 03.May.2018
  • Minimum required WordPress version is now 3.6.0 (previously 3.5.0).
  • New Feature: Add-Ons for SuperPWA is here!
  • New Feature: SuperPWA is now a top-level menu to accommodate for the Add-Ons sub-menu page.
  • New Feature: Add UTM Tracking parameters to the Start URL with the UTM Tracking Add-On.
  • Enhancement: Service worker URLs are now relative to accommodate for domain mapped Multisites.
  • Bug Fix: Incorrect start_url when WordPress is installed in a folder, or when inner pages are used as start_url.
  • Bug Fix: Incorrect manifest and service worker URLs when WordPress is installed in a folder.

1.6

  • Date: 23.April.2018
  • New Feature: WordPress Multisite Network Compatibility. One of the most requested features for SuperPWA is now here! Thanks @juslintek for doing a major share of the heavy lifting.
  • New Feature: Added description to the manifest. You can now include a brief description of what your app is about.
  • Enhancement: Moved manifest to the very top of wp_head for better compatibility with some browsers.
  • Enhancement: Improved the file and folder naming, organization, and inline documentation for better readability.
  • Enhancement: Force https:// on all assets and dependencies solving the problem of http:// URLs in manifest and service worker once and for all.
  • Enhancement: Relative URL for manifest for out of the box compatibility with CDN’s.
  • Enhancement: Removed forcing of trailing slash on manifest and service worker URLs for better compatibility.

1.5

  • Date: 18.March.2018
  • New Feature: OneSignal integration for Push notifications.
  • Enhancement: Moved manifest to the top of wp_head for easier detection by browsers.
  • Enhancement: Added support for custom AMP endpoints for AMP for WordPress and AMP for WP.
  • Enhancement: Added UI notice when using AMP for WordPress to warn user not to use the AMP version of start page if the start page is the homepage, the blog index, or the archives page.

1.4

  • Date: 21.February.2018
  • New Feature: Added UI for default orientation of your PWA. Orientation can now be set as «any», «portrait» or «landscape». Feature request from @doofustoo.
  • New Feature: Added UI for theme_color property in manifest. Feature request from @krunalsm.
  • Enhancement: Improved compatibility with all major Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) plugins.
  • Enhancement: Improved handling of external resources.

1.3.1

  • Date: 15.February.2018
  • Enhancement: Improved how Start Page url is handled in the service worker to be compatible with plugins that force SSL.
  • Enhancement: Improved how start_url is handled in the manifest.
  • Enhancement: Better handling of external resources.

1.3

  • Date: 10.February.2018
  • New Feature: Added support for high-quality splash screen. You can now set the 512×512 icon for the splash screen of your Progressive Web App.
  • Enhancement: Super Progressive Web Apps now accounts for content updates and will update the cache as you update the website.
  • Enhancement: Improved in-browser service worker update handling.
  • Enhancement: Added automatic upgrade of manifest and service worker on plugin upgrade.
  • Bug Fix: Only GET requests are served from the cache now. Fixes this.

1.2

  • Date: 06.February.2018
  • New Feature: Support for theme-color.
  • New Feature: Now you can edit the Application Name and Application Short name.
  • New Feature: Set the start page of your PWA.
  • New Feature: Set AMP version of the start page. Supported plugins: AMP for WordPress, AMP for WP, Better AMP, AMP Supremacy, WP AMP.
  • UI Improvement: Better organization of plugin settings. More intuitive with inline help.
  • UI Improvement: Added admin notice with a link to settings page on plugin activation.
  • UI Improvement: Added checks for manifest, service worker and HTTPS and display the status neatly in the UI.
  • Bug Fix: Fix a parse error that showed up only on PHP 5.3.

1.1.1

  • Date: 30.January.2018
  • Bug Fix: Fix fatal error in PHP versions prior to PHP 5.5. «Cant use function return value in write context». PHP manual says «Prior to PHP 5.5, empty() only supports variables; anything else will result in a parse error.»

1.1

  • Date: 28.January.2018
  • New Feature: Aggressive caching of pages using CacheStorage API.
  • New Feature: Pages once cached are served even if the user is offline.
  • New Feature: Set custom offline page. Select the page you want the user to see when a page that isn’t in the cache is accessed and the user is offline.

1.0

  • Date: 22.January.2018
  • First release of the plugin.