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Building Cross-Platform Desktop Apps with Electron.NET

15 Sep 2020CPOL11 min read 30.1K   33  
This article provides a walkthrough for developing and deploying an application with Electron.NET.
Here we look at Modifying the default ASP. NET Core application to use Electron.NET, using Visual Studio Code to debug ASP. NET Razor pages, implementing native UI elements such as message boxes, system file dialogs, and custom application menus, adding third-party MVC controls, and building deployment media for other platforms.

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When it comes to software components, John Juback is one of the pioneers, with over 25 years of experience developing controls for desktop, web, and mobile platforms. A Carnegie Mellon alumnus, John specializes in integrating GrapeCity’s core products with emerging technologies to create off-the-shelf solutions that appeal to end-users and developers alike.

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