PWA Error: Failed to register a ServiceWorker
I am having some issues upgrading my PWA app from .15 to .16
I got a little frustrated thinking it may be something with my app itself, so I created a brand new PWA app from the new CLI and still have issues with the service worker path.
The app works fine, but the service worker never gets registered/updated
Basically here is my error,
Error during service worker registration: TypeError: Failed to register a ServiceWorker: A bad HTTP response code (404) was received when fetching the script.
my app is upload to a subdirectory on my domain, so the service worker is located there.
but the fresh PWA is trying to register a service worker located at the root & not the subdirectory
is this a bug? or am I missing a configuration option for the new PWA/workbox?
before I was using the build -> publicPath to control where all the files should be, but it seems like publicPath should be empty now.
Don’t use subdirectories to deploy your PWA, even if you set your publicPath correctly.
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@rstoenescu What if I have a bunch of other things on the server? Including other PWAs? The PWA app needs a place of its own so it can play nice with others.
create a separate sub-domain?
different names for the various service workers?
This did work in .15
I would recommend using sub-domains.
@rstoenescu I just ran in the same issue. Due to the domain being outside of my control, I can’t easily create subdomains. I use a reverse proxy with subdomains which works great with the4 SPA, but now I want to experiment with a PWA (hosted from a subdirectory). Is this something fundamentally impossible or just not implemented in the quasar template? According to @daveline this was possible in 0.15, what would it take to re-enable this functionality?