Electron Forge – Getting Started


Electron Forge is an all-in-one tool for packaging and distributing Electron applications. It combines many single-purpose packages to create a full build pipeline that works out of the box, complete with code signing, installers, and artifact publishing. For advanced workflows, custom build logic can be added in the Forge lifecycle through its Plugin API. Custom build and storage targets can be handled by creating your own Makers and Publishers.

[Electron Forge – Getting Started]

npm init electron-app@latest my-app

Python for ChromeOS

[How to enable Developer mode on a Chromebook]

[Set up Linux on your Chromebook]

[Linux container not installing]

[How to install and update Anaconda on Chromebook]

From within the Linux penguin terminal:

mkdir tmp && cd tmp

curl -O https://repo.anaconda.com/archive/Anaconda3-2022.10-Linux-x86_64.sh

chmod +x ./Anaconda3-2022.10-Linux-x86_64.sh

Recreate python and pip symbolic links:

sudo rm /usr/bin/python

sudo rm /usr/bin/pip

sudo ln -s ~/anaconda3/bin/python /usr/bin/python

sudo ln -s ~/anaconda3/bin/pip /usr/bin/pip

[Python for ChromeOS]

[How to install Visual Studio Code on a Chromebook]

[Setting Up Run by Line and Debugging for Notebooks]

[How to share files with Linux apps on Chrome OS]