... plus it's not making you install a web server and isn't an Electron app. I thought we all collectively hated Electron.
> CORE is primarily a web-based, PHP+MySQL application. There are a few C# pieces most of which are Mono-compatible.
> This is an ElectronJS based app that turns CORE's lane into a desktop app. Apache, MySQL, etc are all still required. This app just takes the place of the web browser. Why?
If one is okay with a web POS, Electron itself seems like a good fit.
The Electron app part is new, I know they were using Firefox with a few XUL extensions in 2015. There probably wasn't much choice beyond Electron once XUL was killed, and their PHP codebase is one of the nicest I have ever worked on.