Take a stroll down memory lane and celebrate #100CoolWebMoments since Chrome's first release.
With a publishing history of more than 140 years, Nikkei is one of the most authoritative media businesses in Japan. To provide a better user experience and accelerate their business on the web, Nikkei successfully launched a Progressive Web App in November 2017, and they’re seeing amazing results from the new platform.
George.com is a leading UK clothing brand, part of ASDA Walmart. After upgrading their site to a Progressive Web App (PWA), the brand saw a 31 percent increase in mobile conversion.
BookMyShow is India’s largest ticketing firm, with 50+ million monthly visitors. They developed an improved version of their mobile website using a Progressive Web App (PWA), optimizing speed and removing data constraints, which resulted in an 80+% increase in conversions.
Ele.me is the biggest food ordering and delivery company in mainland China. They built their Progressive Web App (PWA) as a multi-page app to improve its mobile web experience, making it faster and more reliable in flaky connections, while accommodating their operational needs to best serve their customers.
Dance Tonite is an ever-changing VR collaboration with the band LCD Soundsystem and their fans. Built in WebVR, the project works across platforms–with and without VR–giving users a different role into the experience depending on their device. Project creators Jonathan Puckey, Moniker and Google’s Data Arts Team’s creative decisions and advanced optimization techniques enabled high-quality performance–close to 60FPS for 3DoF and 90FPS for 6DoF–and a compelling user experience across all platforms using a single codebase.