Desktop development has historically required dramatically different skills than those required for web development. The two disciplines don't mesh well.
In this course, Building Desktop Apps with Ionic and Electron, you will gain the ability to apply your hard-earned web development skills to build amazing desktop applications. First, you will learn how to build a functional and attractive UI with Ionic and Angular. Next, you will discover how to wrap that UI into an Electron application shell. Finally, you will explore how to package your app and make it ready for distribution.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Ionic and Electron development needed to deploy and distribute a beautiful app to both Windows and macOS users.
Software developer / Tech Lead with more than twenty years of professional software development experience, primarily in Microsoft and Linux environments, the past decade of which has been spent assembling, mentoring, and leading development teams.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] everyone. My name is Mike Callahan. Welcome to my course building desktop, perhaps, with Ionic an electron. It's safe to say that software has defined my life. I started programming basic in Pascal in high school back in the 19 eighties on HP minicomputers. That experience eventually lead to a career developing suffer professionally, which is now in its third decade. Does it feel as though everyone is doing Web development these days? Where I work, every new app is a weapon, but sometimes a complication just has to run on the desktop and interact with the host OS. In such cases, it seems foolish to ignore all of those Web development skills. But now you don't have to. In this course, we're going to use our Web development skills. Html Java script typescript to build a cross platform desktop app that will run on both Mac OS and Windows. Some of the major topics that will cover include building the why, with the Ionic framework showcasing that Ionic isn't just about mobile development. Using Electron Tau host the Ionic code inside of a native application shell interacting with the desktop OS to display icons and menus in responding to use her menu selections building installers appropriate for either platform in creating public releases from those in cellars implementing auto updates So the user's on Lee have to install the app once. By the end of this course, you'll see just how easy it can be to build a real world functioning cross platform app with ionic and electron. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the basics of Web development using HTML five job, script typescript and angular. It will also help if you already have done a few of the Ionic tutorials. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about cross platform app development with the building desktop, perhaps with Ionic, an electron course at Parasite.