Want to leverage your web skills to build cross-platform desktop applications? David Neal offers an overview of Electron, an open source shell created by GitHub that is designed to make building great desktop applications easy, and shares tips from his experience building Electron applications. You may have already experienced Electron using applications such as Atom, Slack, or Visual Studio Code. Join in to explore Electron’s features and learn how to quickly get started.
David Neal is a software developer at ReverentGeek. A husband, father, geek, musician, speaker, illustrator, software developer, and Microsoft MVP living in north Georgia, David runs on a high-octane mixture of caffeine and bacon.
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