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Electron in Action: reaction to article "Electron is cancer"?  RSS feed

 
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Hit upon this Electron is Cancer article and some of the points the writer has made seem to make sense. For example,


Electron applications just don’t integrate with the operating system the way a native application is expected to do, is this not the reason that why we vowed to kill Flash and the Air Runtime in the first place?


and AWT? and swing?

I am wondering what is Electron doing radically different from all these other UI frameworks that will make Electron succeed?

 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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