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Yak Shaving is real!

In my quest for Electron.js app development mastery, I’ve discovered that my own company (Oracle) publishes own frontend javascript toolkit that’s opensource and it actually is looking nice and useful! Whole lot of prebaked components you can just copy and paste and data binding looks simple enough.

Welcome Oracle JET – Javascript Extention Toolkit:

Also has both Javascript and Type Script versions. Couldn’t find much examples for it’s usage in Electron apps but I don’t see what could prevent that. I guess mine will be the newest example when I finish it 🙂

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In parallel with regular work, I’ve spent the week since last blog post trying to discover resources for electron.js development newbees.

The situation is “interesting”! On one side lots of simple easy to put in place “hello world” samples, on the other side a number of very advanced open source projects (like VSCode) but not much in between! It’s kind of assumed that the developer interested by Electron already has extensive full stack or front-end experience using popular frameworks like React or Vue. I am not such developer 😅. Back end – yes a bit, but front end – not so much!

Am I abandoning this idea – hell no! I’m searching and I’m looking and I will find a way.

Keep hacking (•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑

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I’m back?

2020 wasn’t an easy year! Forgive me if I wasn’t particularly active since April, lot’s of things happened that weren’t conductive to prolific blogging 🙂

I have an idea finally that I’d like to develop – this may change the blog’s subject a bit. I’d like to learn a new language or a framework while developing something useful at the same time. This something will be a file manager / file transfer client for OCI Object Storage.

So far I’m thinking to develop it as a cross platform GUI application, most probably using ElectronJS. Another somewhat close variant would be a plugin for VSCode – this should be simpler to develop in theory but I’m not really looking for simplicity, for the moment I’d like to treat this as a learning project. My Java Script / Type Script aren’t great, what’s better than something real to build – the best way to learn for me!


vim-quickui: turbo for your vim

You like and use vim; you liked old turbo IDEs made by Borland: this fun project may suite you well! on Github is the place you didn’t know you needed so bad then!