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E-BOOK
Title Electron in action / Steve Kinney.
Imprint Shelter Island, NY : Manning Publications, [2019]
©2019

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Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Note Includes index.
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Description based on online resource; title from title page (Safari, viewed March 5, 2019).
Subject Application software -- Development.
Electron (Software framework)
JavaScript (Computer program language)
Computer software -- Testing.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Part 1. Getting started with electron. Introducing electron -- Your first electron application -- Part 2. Building cross-platform applications with electron. Building a notes application -- Using native file dialog boxes and facilitating interprocess communication -- Working with multiple windows -- Working with files -- Building applicaiton and context menus -- Further operating system integration and dynamically enabling menu items -- Introducing the tray module -- Building applications with the menubar library -- Using transpilers and frameworks -- Persisting use data and using native Node.js modules -- Testing applications with Spectron -- Part 3. Deploying electron applications. Building applications for deployment -- Releasing and updating applications -- Distributing your application through the Mac App Store.
Summary Wouldn't it be great to build desktop applications using just your web dev skills? Electron is a framework designed for exactly that! Fully cross-platform, Electron lets you use JavaScript and Node to create simple, snappy desktop apps. Spinning up tools, games, and utilities with Electron is fast, practical, and fun! "Electron in action" teaches you to build cross-platform applications using JavaScript, Node, and the Electron framework. You'll learn how to think like a desktop deveoper as you build a text tool that reads and renders Markdown. You'll add OS-specific features like the file systems, menus, and clipboards, and use Chromium's tools to distribute the finished product. You'll even round off your learning with data storage, performance optimization, and testing.