Programming - Apr 19, 2024

Not too long ago, I saw someone on Twitter quote statistics from a Progressive Web App presentation. It sounded like an interesting case study. I made a mental note to find the presentation and verify the statistics.

Then I promptly forgot about it, and it has been bugging me ever since.

I forgot all the useful details—the person who tweeted it, the presenter’s name, and the company—that would have helped me track down the information.

That’s why I’m so pleased to announce PWA Stats. Screenshot

Modeled after Tammy Everts and Tim Kadlec’s Web Performance Optimization Stats (, PWA Stats will collect case studies, statistics and occasional news about Progressive Web Apps that you can use to convince stakeholders to build a PWA.

Thanks to my co-workers for designing and building PWA Stats. If you know of any case studies we’re missing, please let us know.

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