How offline-first architecture could save your apps!

Developers rarely take into consideration the offline experience when they design an application.

Smartphones enable users to access the internet from anywhere or at any time so long as they are connected to a server, making an offline version of an application may seem unnecessary. But mobile networks are sometimes unreliable because coverage varies depending on the location.

In this case, we should be able to handle network failures and latencies. It is at this point that offline architecture can really make a difference and save your application!



Charles Laziosi

Charles is a Software Architect experienced in the design, development and tuning of Web and Mobile based solutions.


Vincent Journel

Solution Architect full-stack Typescript, Kubernetes & React