- Why is my electron app blank after running
npm run dev?
- Why does my electron app show a file explorer?
- Why is
- Where do I put Static Assets?
- Why did
npm run lintend with an error?
- Why can't I load my app in a web browser?
- How do I import
- How can I debug the
Why is my electron app blank after running
npm run dev?
Make sure you don't have a personal proxy setup that could tamper with
Why does my electron app show a file explorer?
src/renderer contains error(s). Check console, fix errors, then refresh electron with
If error(s) are present in you
src/renderer this creates conflicts with ESLint on first run. In turn, an INVALID webpack
renderer.js is produced which interrupts
HtmlWebpackPlugin from creating
webpack-dev-server doesn't have the
index.html ready to serve, the server falls back to the file explorer.
Make sure to close and reopen the developer tools panel on first launch if they are missing. Also check your terminal check for any error messages that may occur during installation.
Where do I put Static Assets?
npm run lint end with an error?
The default nature of eslint is to print linting errors to console, and if there is any found the script will end with a non-zero exit (which produces npm errors). This is normal behavior.
Why can't I load my app in a web browser?
How do import
If you are wanting to use
bootstrap, I'm going to have to stop you right there. Using both
jquery in the same environment is a bad practice and leads to the two frameworks colliding with each other. I would highly recommend using a
bootstrap alternative that uses
vue-strap. For whatever reason you must use
jquery, seek guidance from
webpack's documentation about the
ProvidePlugin or see #192.
How can I debug the
electron@^1.7.2 you can open up Google Chrome, head to
chrome://inspect, and then pop open the remote electron process while your application is running in development mode.