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Poll Question : Would you use a PWA installer for your website?
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 PWA, Consider adding a PWA app installer (1 Replies, Read 5095 times)
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I had been using PWA builder since the spring with no issues but recently everything fell apart. They seem to be having a difficult time fixing their issues.

It would be really helpful for those of that don't know JavaScript to have an easy solution for installing our own PWA hosted on our servers as opposed to an unreliable third party. I can't afford $1,000 a month for development and maintenance.

Considering PWAs are now part of Google's ranking system, this seems like a no-brainer and right up Softaculous' area of expertise. I'd even be willing to pay a reasonable price for it.
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Thanks for the suggestion but we can not add PWA in Softaculous as it requires NPM.

Punit Varia
Script Packaging Head
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