Sending information to users of your app is a common demand in modern apps. When building apps using native technologies on each platform, this task can be tedious. When using web technologies, this task becomes really easy, HTML5 is providing a unified and simple API to create notifications on all
During AngularCamp here in Barcelona I had the chance to attend Vanessa Yuen. She's a fullstack developer at Rangle.io and came all the way from Toronto (Canada) to the beautiful and sunny Barcelona to share key concepts and responsibilities of their latest tool, Augury. Let's keep the story short.
When building cross platform apps using GitHub's electron (website), you may run into the same issue I did a few days ago. When you want to automatically build the app Windows and OSX directly from an OSX system using the gulp-atom-electron module. Setting the Windows App Icon didn't work for
A while ago I've posted a sample on how to write an electron app using Angular 1.x with ES2015 and JSPM. Now having more than 80 stars on github, it seems to be quiet important for the community. That's why I've decided to take this sample to another level.
If you haven't heard from Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell) you should check out the GitHub repo at https://github.com/atom/electron During this post, I will not provide an introduction for all the different tools and frameworks. It's more a walkthrough that should give you some hints