Implements a service worker for Angular apps. Adding a service worker to an Angular app is one of the steps for turning it into a Progressive Web App (also known as a PWA).
At its simplest, a service worker is a script that runs in the web browser and manages caching for an application. Service workers function as a network proxy. They intercept all outgoing HTTP requests made by the application and can choose how to respond to them.
To set up the Angular service worker in your project, use the CLI
ng add @angular/pwa
The command configures your app to use service workers by adding the service-worker package and generating the necessary support files.
For more usage information, see the Service Workers guide.
||Implements a service worker for Angular apps. Adding a service worker to an Angular app is one of the steps for turning it into a Progressive Web App (also known as a PWA).|
Primary entry point exports
||Subscribe and listen to Web Push Notifications through Angular Service Worker.|
||Token that can be used to provide options for |
||Subscribe to update notifications from the Service Worker, trigger update checks, and forcibly activate updates.|
||An event emitted when the version of the app used by the service worker to serve this client is in a broken state that cannot be recovered from and a full page reload is required.|
||An event emitted when a new version of the app has been downloaded and activated.|
||An event emitted when a new version of the app is available.|
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