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    Microsoft has today announced that it will be automatically bringing PWAs to the Microsoft Store, and has detailed its plans for PWA support in Windows 10 Redstone 4.
    Microsoft has today outlined its plans for introducing Progressive Web Apps (PWA) to Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge. In a blog post on the official Windows Blog, Microsoft states that starting with Redstone 4, PWAs will be supported in both Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge with service workers, and has outlined how it plans to get PWAs into the hands of users.

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    02-06-2018 01:30 PM
  2. krisguy's Avatar
    I think PWA will finally be the bridge that gets Windows the apps, but too late for mobile. I'm still sad about not having a Windows Phone anymore, but that doesn't mean that new devices might come out for enterprise.
    02-06-2018 03:07 PM

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