Enhancement: Improved compatibility with all major Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) plugins.
Enhancement: Improved handling of external resources.
Enhancement: Improved how Start Page url is handled in the service worker to be compatible with plugins that force SSL.
Enhancement: Improved how start_url is handled in the manifest.
Enhancement: Better handling of external resources.
New Feature: Added support for high-quality splash screen. You can now set the 512×512 icon for the splash screen of your Progressive Web App.
Enhancement: Super Progressive Web Apps now accounts for content updates and will update the cache as you update the website.
Enhancement: Improved in-browser service worker update handling.
Enhancement: Added automatic upgrade of manifest and service worker on plugin upgrade.
Bug Fix: Only GET requests are served from the cache now. Fixes this.
New Feature: Support for theme-color.
New Feature: Now you can edit the Application Name and Application Short name.
New Feature: Set the start page of your PWA.
New Feature: Set AMP version of the start page. Supported plugins: AMP for WordPress, AMP for WP, Better AMP, AMP Supremacy, WP AMP.
UI Improvement: Better organization of plugin settings. More intuitive with inline help.
UI Improvement: Added admin notice with a link to settings page on plugin activation.
UI Improvement: Added checks for manifest, service worker and HTTPS and display the status neatly in the UI.
Bug Fix: Fix a parse error that showed up only on PHP 5.3.
Bug Fix: Fix fatal error in PHP versions prior to PHP 5.5. “Cant use function return value in write context”. PHP manual says “Prior to PHP 5.5, empty() only supports variables; anything else will result in a parse error.”
New Feature: Aggressive caching of pages using CacheStorage API.
New Feature: Pages once cached are served even if the user is offline.
New Feature: Set custom offline page. Select the page you want the user to see when a page that isn’t in the cache is accessed and the user is offline.
First release of the plugin.
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