Using PWA Studio in Visual Studio Code

The big debate in Windows development has always been how to build your application’s user interface. We’ve been spoiled for choice, and every time Microsoft unveils a new front-end framework we’re left trying to work out whether this new tool will do what we need. Now we’re juggling Electron, Win UI, Win32, UWP, WinForms, MAUI, Flutter, and others. Each entails a new set of APIs, new SDKs, and much more.

Building native user experiences like this is the way to deliver high performance. But it has its limitations, often tying applications to one platform and requiring additional deployment infrastructures. The evolution of the modern web has given us an alternative: PWAs (progressive web applications), which mix a common set of device-level APIs with an HTML/CSS/JavaScript UI.

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