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I have. In my opinion it is actually much more secure than Electron since you rely on the browser directly. (And this is why I did it instead of using Electron.)

You do have to add authentication to prevent against dns rebinding but I solved that by adding a random token in the get parameters when I launch the page. (You then cache this inside a cookie.)




This is exactly what Jupyter does when running locally - it's a pretty good example of this kind of app.




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