How to create Electron based desktop apps using Essential JS for Windows, Mac OS and Linux?
Prerequisites and Compatibility
Only 64bit binaries are provided for OS X, and the minimum OS X version supported is OS X 10.9.
Windows 7 and later are supported, older operating systems are not supported (and do not work).
Both x86 and amd64 (x64) binaries are provided for Windows. Please note, the ARM version of Windows is not supported for now.
The prebuilt ia32(i686) and x64(amd64) binaries of Electron are built on Ubuntu 12.04, the arm binary is built against ARM v7 with hard-float ABI and NEON for Debian Wheezy.
Whether the prebuilt binary can run on a distribution depends on whether the distribution includes the libraries that Electron is linked to on the building platform, so only Ubuntu 12.04 is guaranteed to work, but following platforms are also verified to be able to run the prebuilt binaries of Electron:
Using Syncfusion Essential JS controls with Electron Framework:
Syncfusion framework integrate with Electron framework and use the both framework in a single application.
Steps to add the sample and run the Application
Follow the below steps and enter the below commands using command prompt window.
Add the Syncfusion JS and CSS file reference as mentioned in the link in index.html file located in the below image.
Add the below sample code in in index.html file and render Button control.
Add <Button> element to create a Button control.
Initialize Button in the script with properties.
Add the following styles.
Run the Electron Application using the below command line.
Now see the created Electron Application as below.
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