New logic to detect offline support in PWAs
To improve the user experience of installed PWAs, we plan to raise the bar of the offline capability check. PWAs that don’t provide at least a basic offline experience, will not show the install prompts.

More details about this change can be found at https://developer.chrome.com/blog/improved-pwa-offline-detection/ or in the YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoEE39yB2Pg

We want to hear your thoughts on these changes, and how they'll affect you.
I feel this change will improve the user experience for installed PWAs *
Is the difficulty of creating a service worker blocking you from having a simple offline fallback page? *
If you currently have or are working on a PWA, what level of offline support does it provide?
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Due to this change, what do you expect to implement?
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If you plan to update your PWA to implement some level of offline support, how long do you think it will take?
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Do you use Workbox to create your service worker?
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