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Question for Mr Kinney...

I haven't read the book - I have been through several Node books with the heartbreak of deprecated code in the examples because I worked through the books slower than Node was changing. I walked through all the examples in Prag Prog "Node the Right Way" which I thought was a very good book.

I am not sure I have even seen any Electron books til now, but I have done some hobby projects.

My question is - has writing Mac menus been made any easier (since 2015) for civilians like me? 3 years is a LONG time in Nodeland...
I thought I was pretty smart getting an app running on Windows and then it pretty well just worked on Linux - but struggled a lot to get my menus to work for Mac. Really surprised that Linux and Windows had more menu commands in common than Mac had with either of them.

Is it still like that in 2019?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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