edit, since there seems to be some confusion: I am explicitly talking about the WIN32 variant, which he confirmed to be based on Electron.
"No they are not electron apps. They are compiled to native code.
It's now finally one toolchain(#webpack)
It's one codebase and it compiles to:
WIN32 (only one that uses electron)
7:52 AM · Jun 13, 2018"
It's kind of sad; all the good stuff I use is basically legacy Windows. None of what Microsoft has done since Windows 7 has appealed to me.
So, what the hell was this guy tweeting about?
Whoever makes the first neural model capable of returning interesting insights after being installed in the telephone switchboard/backbone is going to have a most unique life.
Edit: Just realized ISPs have probably been trying to do this for years. I'm talking about the first individual. It'll probably happen routinely in 20 years or so.
What's that? Win32 a second class citizen? Never!
It was a very smart move of MS to kill newer chipsets :-(
If they hadn't done that, win10 would have completely tanked
I too find it hard to believe they would drop the native Windows and OSX versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, for apps written in React Native. But Microsoft has offered many surprises lately...
> WIN32 (only one that uses electron)
which happens to be the version most people use.