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Language: English | Size: 1.58 GB | Duration: 3h 1m
Electron helps us develop cross-platform applications by using existing web technologies.
What you'll learn
Create Cross Platform Desktop application
Test Electron Application
Load Balancing In Application
Electron Code signin For Mac
Electron Notrization For Mac
You don't need specific skills, for most cases, to develop apps with Electron. If you are a web developer and are interested in developing an app with Electron, then you are in the right place because this course will help learn how to create enterprise desktop applications with minimal effort.
Although Electron users jаvascript, HTML, CSS Still there are few system-level specific things that need to pay attention to any desktop application is a combination of a lot of different things such as UI, Functionality, Data Integrity, Compatibility, Application Stability, Performance Optimization, Load Balancing, Local Databases, etc. if we manage to incorporate all those features in our application then chances of application acceptance in global market increases.
This Course Intention not just to teach you how to create cross-platform desktop applications but we are targeting a much bigger goal. the goal is to create Feature Reach Application For Global Market. but it's Lot of work so buckle up your seats and witness a wonderful journey.
You don't need to think much when migrating your existing application to Electron as the application we are creating is a desktop application and data stays locally in the system. Because of this, you can ensure data security. In case you need to store data in the cloud, check whether your cloud network has enough security functions beforehand to avoid any unwanted surprises.
Before starting out, you also have to check whether all the functionalities you are providing for your desktop application are also available in Electron. In my experience, Electron provides enough control to have extended interactive features in your application, such as Keyboard Shortcuts. It also provides low-level access to the hardware and operations system components.
Developers can get complete access to all hardware-level access APIs to expose over the jаvascript/Plugin. There is no need to compromise for the feature if you want to migrate to Electron.
Electron thrives in this aspect. If proper care is taken while developing (load only what you need), Electron can show some great gains in the terms of performance when compared to native applications. Electron saves a lot of and provides more options to play with or develop by having a single code base for all the major platforms. These are the major problems when we deal with the native development of applications, which are all effectively solved by Electron.
However, a lot of people say that Electron is very memory hungry. I agree with this statement, but only if you develop the applications without proper care.
Who this course is for:
Beiginner to advance in Electron js
curious about Desktop applications Development
eager to learn something out of the box
Someone looking for Complete end to end application Development process