enter a domain to have a W3C Web App Manifest automagically generated from its existing HTML
The manifest provides the ability to create user experiences that are more comparable to that of a native application. The web app manifest contains metadata provided by the web developer that can be used when a web app is added to a user’s home screen on Android. This includes things like a high-resolution icon, the web app’s name, splash screen colors, and other properties.
Manifest JSON file that provides developers with:
- A centralized place to put metadata about a web site, such as fields for the application name, display mode information such as background color and font size, links to icons, and so on.
- A way to declare a default orientation for their web application, and provide the ability to set the display mode for the application (e.g., in full screen).
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