Visual Studio can also be used to debug Chromium, and VS2019 is preferred for this as it handles Chromium‘s large debug information much better. The clang-cl compiler is used but Visual Studio’s header files, libraries, and some tools are required. Visual Studio Community Edition should work if its license is appropriate for you.
Chocolatey is software management automation for Windows that wraps installers, executables, zips, and scripts into compiled packages. Chocolatey integrates w/SCCM, Puppet, Chef, etc. Chocolatey is trusted by businesses to manage software deployments.
A few months ago I wrote a blog post titled Electron vs nwjs which has gathered quite a bit of traffic. I have spent the past five months building sizable apps with both projects (to be clear: different apps) and I feel as though I have some excellent clarity into the things I both like and dislike about Electron and nwjs — as well as my current approach to building apps in each.
I'm curious how the performance of a webapp embedded in a JavaFX or Swing browser would compare to a that same app running in Electron. the Java hybrid app could have multi-threading so it wins that comparison by default. a lot of people give Java shit for requiring more memory than c++, but there is a good chance that Electron is even worse.