Category : electron

I am trying to use kinect2 NPM package (https://github.com/wouterverweirder/kinect2) which allows to use Kinect2 in Node.JS or Electron applications. Everything looks ok in development mode, using electron . command to start application. Problem is when I want to build executable version of this application, for WIndows only. When I am using scripts to packaging used ..

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Iam developing a desktop app for windows using electronJs, Iam planning to place it as a special folder underneath the quick access in file explorer like the way how Onedrive and Dropbox does, but couldn’t find how they did with their apps, is there any suggestion to place them programmatically sample: Source: Windows..

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When I tryin’ to build erlpack using electron-rebuild I have that error: ⠴ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 adler32.c ⠹ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 compress.c ⠴ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 crc32.c ⠇ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 deflate.c ⠸ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 gzclose.c ⠦ Building module: erlpack, Completed: 0 gzlib.c ⠏ ..

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I’m currently building an electron app to update game files for a game I’m developing. Said app should start the game client after finishing the updates and automatically close the electron app. I thought that child_process.execFile might be the solution. This is the code so far (obviously truncated): const exec = require(‘child_process’).execFile; exec(‘start.bat’, [], null, ..

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When running npm run package, I got the following error: An unhandled rejection has occurred inside Forge: [Error: EBUSY: resource busy or locked, rmdir ‘D:Reposappoutapp-win32-x64’] { errno: -4082, code: ‘EBUSY’, syscall: ‘rmdir’, path: ‘D:Reposappoutapp-win32-x64’ } Electron Forge was terminated. Location: {} What is causing this error, and how to solve it? Source: Windows..

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What am I trying to do? When installing an Electron application on a Windows machine, I would like it to also put a folder in a user’s "Documents" area, for example a folder called "Guides". The way I suspect the address of where to put it would be "C:Users{some-user}Documents". What is the code that currently ..

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