I got invited to talk about Electron at QCon San Francisco in November and the video and transcript of the presentation are now available. Electron gives you the power to write a single application for Windows, MacOS and Linux. But Electron apps can easily feel out of place among other applications, exactly because you have…
Cross-platform Electron Tips
I recently gave a presentation on cross-platform tips for Electron at the Electron meetup in Amsterdam on May 11th.
Update (19 sept 2016)
The guys over at Avocode asked me to write down my presentation as an article for their blog. To get an extended read, check out 4 must-know tips for building cross platform electron apps on the Avocode Community blog.
The meetup was a lot of fun, with a cool 45 people attending and interesting presentations by Jessica, Felix and Kevin. And of course plenty of discussion on all the cool things you can do with Electron.
In my presentation I got pretty deep into the do’s and don’t, as well as the gotcha’s, when it comes to cross-platform development in Electron.
Here are the slides from my presentation:
Or view them directly: Cross Platform Electron tips
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