One of the web’s superpowers is its low friction: a new site is always only a single tap away, allowing users to easily navigate through a rich diversity of experiences. The mobile web provides a great discovery experience for users and unparalleled reach for developers.
Now with Chrome 42 (current stable) we can also have the same type of deep engagement that users love from Native experiences.
I have my own use cases, want to learn others.
We've got a new Developer Guide and Migration Guide up on the site. Keep in mind this is an alpha release so there will most certainly be bugs and rough edges, but this is a huge step toward 1.0. Let me know if you have any questions and I can try my best to answer in this thread.
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