Developing web apps can be made more difficult by the fact that they do not easily or natively run in desktop environments. This can make a variety of development skills useless, reducing the amount of expertise even the best developers can bring to a project and increasing the workload for producing cross-platform apps. But with the Electron framework, web apps can be brought seamlessly to desktop environments, opening up new avenues for developers. In Electron Succinctly, author Ed Freitas serves as a guide to getting started with Electron.
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Table of Contents
Basic Building Blocks
Expanding the App
Packaging the App
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