Our web to PWA Converter tool has different options for you to choose from. Click on the card to select it. You can see a Branded PWA Wrapper is selected ↓ on the sample picture.


Making the right choice depends on how complex is your current website and what kind of access you have to your site management tools. You can simply check this options one by one to learn which way works best in your case. All these take under 1 hour time. 


The table below explains your choices.

Notation:

"-" means will not work,

"+" means will work 100%,

"+/-" means may or may not work, depending on the case,

"blanks" mean unimportant . 



Simple PWA WrapperBranded Domain Wrapper - iFrameBranded Domain Wrapper - NO iFrameBranded Domain PWA JS Capsule
Website is a simple information collection++++
Website has login forms-+/-++
Website relies on cookies as variables-+/-+/-+
Website has HTTP only cookies---+
Website is located at main 2nd level domain, like "example.com"++++
Website is located at 3rd level, like "nnn.example.com"+++runs on main domain
You can add buttons and links to your website++++
You have access to web domain admin panel to create CNAMEs
++
You have access to website admin to add JavaScript and other files


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Your website does not allow iFrame, xFrame in cross domain options--++

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For detailed info on how to launch each type of Converter go to:

  1. Simple PWA Wrapper
  2. Branded Domain Wrapper
  3. PWA JS Capsule

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Note that by default both "Simple PWA Wrapper" and "Branded Domain Wrapper" work in iFrame. So your website will be opened in app from within the iFrame, which sometimes can be turned off. 

If your website does not allow iFrame, xFrame (in this case your app screen will stay blank after you install it) you have the options:

1) to allow xFrame cross domain option for the mobsted.com domain - ask your web admin for that

2) is to go for Branded Wrapper and choose - "Take it out of iFrame" option in it's settings

3) go for JS Capsule, which works directly with your website by default.