genghiskhan at gmx.ca
Tue Sep 22 05:49:11 UTC 2020
Sure, ConverseJS not a simple local installation, and I don't think
it intends to be installed locally, at least not on end-user type of
A WebApp is a WebApp, regardless of complexity. That being said,
I see the result.
Eventually, I think, once Type=Webapp is implemented and Linux web
browsers adopt WebApp-Mode, if needed, I guess that ConverseJS, and
other webapps alike, will be widely available in local installations.
On Mon, 21 Sep 2020 12:13:46 -0700
Sparr <sparr0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> While ConverseJS is available as a web app, that does not seem
> relevant to the package you've linked. That package does not use the
> actual hosted-on-the-internet web app. It deploys a local instance of
> the conversejs codebase and connects to that with a local browser. In
> effect, this is no different from apps like Visual Studio Code,
> Slack, Discord, etc which package a browser (electron) and a backend
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 12:03 PM Genghis Khan <genghiskhan at gmx.ca>
> > Friends, good evening
> > Allow me to begin and state, that no matter how big an operation
> > is and no matter which industry (i.e. Computing, Entertainment
> > etc.), it appears that we ALWAYS HAVE TO make Trials & Errors in
> > order for us to observe and see what we want for our audience, even
> > in times we don't trust our own judgement.
> > I have stumbled upon an ArchLinux package made specifically
> > for a WebApp called Converse.js by XMPP community members.
> > That package deploys Epiphany (A GNOME web browser) and npm (A
> > Regardless of what anyone thinks of the planning of that
> > WebApp-specific-package, I think it might be a good call for
> > considering Type=Webappn in .desktop launchers.
> > : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/conversejs-epiphany-git/
> > : https://conversejs.org/
> > Kind regards,
> > --GK
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