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GitHub - chentsulin/electron-react-boilerplate: Live editing development on desktop app. A JavaScript library for building user interfaces. A Simple Component React components implement a render() method that takes input data and returns what to display.

A JavaScript library for building user interfaces

This example uses an XML-like syntax called JSX. Input data that is passed into the component can be accessed by render() via this.props. Building Desktop Apps With Electron, Webpack and Redux - Red Badger. In March 2016, as a part my annual training budget – a perk that every badger gets – I had the opportunity to go all the way to the Fluent Conf, which was in sunny San Francisco.

Building Desktop Apps With Electron, Webpack and Redux - Red Badger

You can read the best bits from the conference in Alex's blog. One of the workshops I attended was about building a basic desktop application with Electron, that’d be compiled for every major OS and I’d like to share the knowledge and the takeaways I grasped during a 3 hour long session. What we’ll be building To highlight some of the things that a desktop application excels in from a normal web app, we’ll need to build something using the native features.

React UI Components for OS X El Capitan and Windows 10. Building Native Desktop Apps with Web Tech — JUXT. Building Native Desktop Apps with Web Tech Oct. 26, 2015 • Marcus Stenbeck Creating desktop applications with web technologies has always been a little dream of mine.

Building Native Desktop Apps with Web Tech — JUXT

With GitHub's Electron project, it's now easier than ever. Even so, there are a few gotchas along the way. Electron - Build cross platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. GitHub - sindresorhus/awesome-electron: Useful resources for creating apps with Electron.

Creating Desktop Apps with Electron. Cross-Platform Desktop Apps with Electron w/ David Neal. Rapid cross platform desktop app development using JavaScript and Electron by Gabriel Fortuna. Photon.