I have created a node js web application. Now i want to make it as portable or platform independent i.e need to make it available for windows, linux and mac
We need to make it as portable..For example like DocFetcher which runs without any software and just needs JVM. Similarly The user may not know and there should not be a need to install the servers and open the app..Everything should be bundled or portable which should run in any machine
May be executable or portable apps like https://portableapps.com/apps
Please advise which is the best and easiest way to do this.
I have huge text files - raw text. I want to convert them to a different language. Google/Microsoft/Yandex is best for online conversions. However we need to copy and paste and moreover it has size limitation as well.
Is there is any tool which i can use for bulk conversion at one shot which can give the output in multiple files.
Thanks in advance.
@lc3t35 I did not. How do we feel about the react-native migration? Is it "ready"?
I'd be strongly inclined to switch to a react-native implementation of Meteor for sure, but I have Cordova apps in production right now that need to be supported. I can't completely rebuild them just because the wind changed direction.
@lc3t35 @domramirez It depends on other things too: once you change to React native, are you willing to dig into iOS and Android code when things don't work the way you want? F.e., ready to dig into iOS and Android rendering to make custom modifications that may not yet be possible with plain React-native?
Personally, I prefer web tech for UI, and would be willing to update cordova just for that.
i have a word file which shows boxes when i opened. However when choosing a particular font, the text is being displayed. I selected all the content of the document with ctr+a and changed the font and save as .txt file with UTF-8.
Everything works fine.
Is there is any macro can do this automatically? Basically applying a font for entire document and save as .txt file with UTF-8?
Any tool or software does this?