This tutorial shows how to create a debian(.deb) package from a packaged Electron app.
Archive of posts with category 'Electron'
How do you install and run the Electron tutorial app?. This is a quick guide to get it running.
Last time we created a dmg installer for macOS. Now it's time to look at an Electron Windows installer with Electron-winstaller.
To create a DMG installer for our Electron app we can use the electron-installer-dmg package.
Packaging your app into an asar archive speeds up requires a bit, it conceals the source code and helps to avoid long path names on Windows.
Lets look at IPCMain and IPCRenderer in Electron. We can use it to send messages between main and renderer processes.
You might have come across the main process and renderer process in Electron. This is a simple explanation of them.
Let us add localization to the electron tutorial app. We will look at translating both in the main and renderer process.
This tutorial shows you how to add an Electron menu to your app. It will also make standard keyboard shortcuts, like copy and paste, work on MacOS.
In this electron packager tutorial we will look at how to create MacOS, Windows and Linux executables with an app icon.
It's time to add Electron app icons to the tutorial app. For this we need a png-icon, a .icns for macs and a .ico for windows. For Linux we only need the png
This post will cover how to fix the electron white screen app startup. If you start the electron tutorial app you can see it flashes white and then loads...
Now it's time to look at the Electron frameless window functionality. Using a frameless window removes the menu and menubar in your app.
It's time to implement an electron app navigation in the Electron tutorial app. Not the main kind of menubar but a left menu kind.
Testing electron app on Ubuntu linux is easy with VirtualBox and an Ubuntu ISO. This tutorial covers installing Ubuntu as a virtual machine with VirtualBox.