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Diogo Souza
Apr 22, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Creating cross-platform apps with NW.js

Diogo Souza Brazilian dev. Creator of altaluna.com.br

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Handling File Uploads In Next.js Using UploadThing

Handling file uploads in Next.js using UploadThing

Manage file uploads in your Next.js app using UploadThing, a file upload tool to be used in full-stack TypeScript applications.

Jude Miracle
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Exploring Advanced Support For Vite 5 In Storybook 8

Exploring advanced support for Vite 5 in Storybook 8

Explore the latest updates in Storybook 8, focusing on its improved support for Vite 5 as a build tool.

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Using Next Js With React Suspense To Create A Loading Component

Using Next.js with Suspense to create a loading component

Next.js 13 introduced some new features like support for Suspense, a React feature that lets you delay displaying a component until the children have finished loading.

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Exploring Angular 18's Redirectcommand Class And Let Block

Exploring Angular 18’s RedirectCommand class and @let block

Angular’s latest update brings greater control over redirects and the ability to define and assign variables within the template.

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2 Replies to "Creating cross-platform apps with NW.js"

  1. Excellent overview of nw.js! I’m thinking of writing an app and possibly using svelte in this Nw.js app. But then again maybe not since I’m also using notion api with this, and there’s a weird conflict between the notion js wrapper, and svelte.. so maybe stick with react for it. I just told you things that you probably care less about. Carls Jr has good fries – that might useful to someone.

  2. express is unnecessary there to test a simple html file. With that kind of html can’t you just the open it in the browser directly? I thought you are showcasing the feature of nwjs to load a server (ssr) application in its window.

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