Linux version can be build too, but there are a lot of different packages for different Linux systems and it will take some considerable time to build for each of them, so if we found this app worth to do, we'll build linux packages as well in the future, now it's just a quick experiment.
Agreed but it's the user experience that matters . It's specific to your site and if you were a community of devs for e.g then you don't have to cross apps to communicate. What will be cool is if the editor can be customized. Maybe it could end up being a real time Collab tool ALA Google docs or something
Yes, I was just saying that Alex was right not to spend 10 years on it, when the majority of people expect other things. I'm ready to swap 1000 desktop apps for 1x v10 or 1x mobile apps, that's what I meant and I'm willing to bet I'm not alone :-)
Building / compiling my own version on windows desktop app results in a blank white app when opening the desktop.exe.
1. What modules are needed in the una studio to communicate with the desktop app ?
2. If you have time can you update the readme.md with the versions of nodejs, npm, electron-forge, electron-compile ... ect that was used to build your working version on Windows and maybe the npm commands used to build the .exe in the right order.
Clearly there is more needed to it then just running the .bat file included -