offline chromebook app?
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- May 6, 2020 at 3:08 am #2659ejf
Hello All. Just found Publii, and I think I’m hooked! Thanks.
So, all of us newbies are permitted a goofball comment or question, right? Here it is: What would it take to make Publii run (someday) on super-cheap chromebooks? (offline!)
(I’m looking for a few low-cost tools for offline academic environments in low-income parts of the planet…)
Thanks for your patience!May 7, 2020 at 4:07 am #2663ejf
Hmm… What about this:
“Browserify seeks to extend the Node ecosystem into to the browser.”
“And I almost immediately fell in love with browseify when I realized I could write code that looks like NodeJS modules, but have it run in my browser!”May 7, 2020 at 5:23 pm #2665ejf
And some notes about access to the local filesystem:
“Probably the easiest way for the pieces to interact would be HTTP, which you can trivially support using ExpressJS.”
Native File System
Draft Community Group Report, 5 May 2020
“The Native File System API (formerly known as the Writeable Files API) enables developers to build powerful web apps that interact with files on the user’s local device,”May 7, 2020 at 8:45 pm #2668Tomasz DziudaModerator
Sorry, but due use of few natively compiled packages there is no way to implement Publii in such way.
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