In this post, we will build a simple Ionic app with Capacitor and add Electron to finally build a native desktop out of our basic application.
If you want to build your Ionic app for multiple platforms you can not only build it for iOS, Android and a web app – you can also use the same code for building a desktop application!
All of this can be achieved with Electron, which can simply wrap your web application inside a native container that can be used as a real native desktop application on Windows and Mac OS!
We will build a simple Ionic app with Capacitor and add Electron to finally build a native desktop out of our basic application.
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Image upload is one of the most common use cases in your Ionic app, and to show you everything you need, we’ll build both the API and app together! This is the first part of our mini series on image upload with Ionic. Today, we are going to implement a NestJS API that works with a MongoDB so we can upload files from our app, get a list of all uploaded images and also delete images.
In this part we’ll create an Ionic app with Capacitor so we can upload image files from the browser and iOS & Android apps!
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