"main": "index.html"then you do not need to do anything special
"main": "http://localhost:1234", "node-remote": "http://localhost:1234"
node-mainwill run a JS file in the Node context prior to a window being opened. It is commonly used to start up a local webserver before the app launches
firefox --appbut it was very unstable.
~/Library/Caches/<name of project>and some caching at
~/Library/Application Support/<name of project>. When I compile, I have to remove those directories. But, even if I don't compile and leave those directories, the programs quits launching after a few time until I clean out those directories. I was wondering if NWjs had a automatic way of doing it. I can't delete them from the program because of file locks, so I have to do it as part of my build script (mask script runner). But, since it does have issues after several launches, I'm thinking I need a way for the program to do it.
nw40, I'm getting as far as building Node (
ninja -C out/Release node). It seems to be failing as the Chromium dependancy
icuhas been updated from
nw39and no longer contains
/windows/icudt.dllwhich is required by the Node build. Has anyone come across this issue? Here’s the
icudependancy; https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/deps/icu/+refs . (Commit
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nw38do not contain