Current release of Electron, allows to stop entire website in
.asar file (which then can be easily extracted). Unfortunately that’s not enough for making full-release application as it is.
Yes, I know, there’s no way to protect applications for 100%, let’s skip that extremely obvious part.
This isn’t topic of being: “omagherd, wai u no implimimnt, dis is gud, u bed”.
I was just simply wondering if developer community behind Electron have in plans making the application more release-richer-and-friendly. Where user of the said application could create standalone executable (for all three platforms) with it’s own meta-data. While having the website code, obfuscated on software level. So not plain text, or basic obfuscation, or archive compression. But baked into executable and obfuscated as Electron’s source-code just like Electron’s executable.
I know there’s lots of Linux applications, I’ve visited about 4 of them, but all they did was what Application-Distrubtion.md told to do. So there’s no greater usage (except making it 25 seconds or less shorter). While your application is already amazing and great, I think that improvements upon deploy and security of files would really hit the spot. Heck I would even make monthly payments for this (I know it’s open-source, but just trying to sharpen the edge of the attitude).
Once again, I’m sorry if it sounds like rant. I’d just like to know. If there will be any extremely viable security and deploy upgrades between now and Electron v1.0.0