This plugin’s goal is to improve your WordPress website experiences with Progressive Web App enhancement. Right now it will cache your static assets like scripts, stylesheets, images, and fonts. It’s also boost your website loading performance especially on first time loading, and website with a lot of images. The main goal is to make sure your website not losing the user by make sure the website loading quickly. It’s integrated with AMP page and make your website start FAST with AMP but stay FAST after on your original website.
Well Integrated with AMP Plugin
Work Well With All Performance Plugin
Keep The Website Fast In All Pages
Create Custom Offline Page
You can set what page that you want to show when user access your web but they can’t access it due on offline condition. The page will shows up instead default browser offline page. You can give better experience or information to your users about what happen and ask them to comeback later.
Only Load Images That Shows On Screen
Images are nice to see on your website but will hurt performance if you have too many images in one page. On mobile, even these images not shows up on screen, its load and will slowing down the page loading performance. This plugin will detect the images that not shows up on screen and will not load it on first time you open the page. Later when you scroll the page, the plugin will detect if it’s getting close to screen and load the image and ready to show once it appear on screen.
The goal of this plugin is to give good loading experiences on WordPress site with minimum effort on installation. Once it’s installed, by default, it will come with an optimal configuration to run.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/plugin-namedirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- What PWA features it has?
It focus on performance for now. Well integrated with AMP plugin. It use service worker to cache static assets for better loading performance on repeat visits. Other features like offline access, push notification, and add to home screen haven’t supported yet.
- Is it works on all browsers?
Lazy loading images and critical resources loading enhancement works on all browsers.
For repeat visits optimizing, it’s only working on browsers that support service workers. Currently, it’s supported in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Samsung Internet for a stable release. Support for service workers on UC Browser is not full, also for Safari and Microsoft Edge currently only in Technology Preview version.