Felix Rieseberg
Jan 14, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Electron-forge vs. electron-react-boilerplate

Felix Rieseberg Desktop apps at Slack, co-maintainer of Electron.js, teacher and speaker on JS Stunts, and a triathlete.

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3 Replies to "Electron-forge vs. electron-react-boilerplate"

  1. One star. It’d be nice if you actually showed how to add React to electron-forge! Adding the react dependencies is not the same as adding the scaffolding and start up code for a react project!

  2. and yet, nothing works out of the box, always need downgrading and sorting packageJSON, and that’s when you follow formal documentation. not very beginner friendly

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