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Pam Lu
Jul 14, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

PWA with Create React App and service workers

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5 Replies to "PWA with Create React App and service workers"

  1. Hello… what if I already created the app without the templato. How can I add the same service-worker.js file to my project?

  2. I think you just need to add your file to the public folder and register it as you normally would then. The workbox stuff gets trickier though if you’re using that. There is a good walkthrough on making service workers with CRA on Udemy if you search there for `custom service worker CRA without ejecting`.

  3. Goto your public folder and create One file called serviceWorker.js and include that file inside index.html by registering. Check more on internet

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