So you've got an amazing web app that you've written with your favorite web framework (React, Angular, Vue, or even pure Web Components). But you also need to ship it as an iOS app and an Android app. Is there a way to deploy your web app on both platforms, have good performance, and still take advantage of native features? Yes, there is. Enter Capacitor, the open source successor to Cordova/PhoneGap.
In this session, you'll learn:
- How Capacitor apps work
- How they're different than Cordova apps
We'll also look at how you can use Capacitor plugins to take advantage of native features like the camera, wallet, geolocation, file system, haptics, and more. By the end of this session, you'll have a solid understanding of how to turn that amazing web app into an amazing mobile app.