MP4 | Video: h264, 2560x1440 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 45 Lessons (3h 14m) | Size: 1.1 GB
Learn how to build, publish, and distribute desktop applications as a web developer by using HTML, jаvascript and CSS.
This course teaches you how to use your existing knowledge of tools like VueJS, React, TailwindCSS and NodeJS to build cross-platform desktop applications.
Even if you are a complete bner, this course guides you through the process of creating a desktop application from scratch.
Chances are pretty high that you've already used Electron applications before: We built Tinkerwell and HELO with Electron, and also well-known applications like VSCode or Slack make use of Electron and benefit from the Electron ecosystem with the power of jаvascript.
In this video course, we are going to build a desktop application from scratch using nothing but HTML, VueJS and TailwindCSS.
The app is called RegExpress - a regular expression app that helps you test, debug, and even visualize your regular expressions.
We are going to use native system features, such as storing and opening files, storing images to disk, and makes use of the menu bar.
How to create a native desktop application
Communication between multiple windows
Creating menu bar applications
Expand your existing skills beyond the browser
Integrating TailwindCSS into your Electron app
Licensing and selling your desktop app
Using native operation system features
Understand the Electron API in detail
Keeping your apps automatically updated
Writing tests for your Electron app
Bundling your apps on Mac, Windows and Linux
Kickstart your next app idea
Using local databases in your jаvascript apps
Code signing your apps on MacOS
Automatically distribute your app from GitHub
Using GitHub actions
Keeping track of your application errors
Debugging your Electron app