As a CTO I am always looking to find technology and approaches that better serve my clients, such as PWA’s (Progressive Web Apps). PWAs formalize what we have been building for our clients for several years now, and that is highly immersive and fluid experiences for the user. They are backed by Google with an initial mobile slant, but, with Chrome desktop, it’s possible to run them on the desktop. Microsoft is joining the effort and will soon allow PWAs to be run within Microsoft Edge. Given the number of browsers that are being used today, for PWAs on the desktop to gain sufficient traction, each will need to support hosting PWAs, otherwise the user is limited to two options, Chrome or Edge.