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native apps #142

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nhooyr opened this Issue Mar 8, 2019 · 4 comments

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nhooyr commented Mar 8, 2019

Tracking issue for native apps.

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avelino commented Mar 11, 2019

It would be interesting to have a previous configuration where we put the URL of the server code-server, with the possibility of editing future

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avelino commented Mar 11, 2019

@nhooyr If this issue is to tracking of issues related to Native App we can use the github feature of milestones

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Kiser360 commented Mar 12, 2019

This issue and the Readme mention the potential future 'native' apps in the form of electron or chromeos apps. I'd like to suggest just doing the steps necessary to make the served vscode instance a Progressive Web App. This would save the redundancy of converting an electron app to a server hosted webapp, only to wrap it up again in an electron app. Also, the PWA would likely be much less work to provide that 'native' window look and feel.

Just my two cents as a big PWA fan and a fan of this project 👍. Could submit a simple PR that creates a manifest for the server.

Edit: Looks like this work is being considered in other issues and there an outstanding PR #154 that's already adding a manifest and sw... I'll see myself out. Have a good day :)

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sr229 commented Mar 17, 2019

+1 for @Kiser360, we do have PR #154 for PWA, and we'll need ChromeOS apps to handle offline support as well if this is the case (I did have a outstanding PR #225 for CrOS, we just need to automate this if they want it installed locally for CrOS machines).

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