Nativeifier

Turn any webpage into a native app

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Looks similar to Fluid (though that's Mac-only), although this is run from the command-line (Fluid has a UI to configure the app) https://www.producthunt.com/tech...
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@conarro in my opinion much better than fluid, fluid use and old Safari version, Electron is framework everyday :)
I still haven't found a decent substitute for the GMail web UI for dealing with the volume of work e-mail I have to go through. This means that by end of day I end up with about 4 or 5 tabs open for my inbox. This also sucks. Nativeifier solves this problem by giving me a native mac app that perfectly wraps pretty much any web app. I can launch it from the doc. Command tab to it. All those awesome things. Hope you folks find it useful too. It's made my life better. Thanks Jia Hao!
@gozmike what about Mailplane?
@chrismessina hadn't seen mailplane before. it might actually suit my needs a little better. Thanks!
@gozmike what about Kiwi for Gmail? I love it but I'm also tied to my MixMax for Gmail and it's sweet features (they have a lite native app)
Would this work for Asana? Yes it did... OAuth still does not; which is expected and understandable :)
@sidrock28 Hi, please apologize if I disturb you but because you are interested in Nativefier, I think you might be interested in WebCatalog (https://getwebcatalog.com/), a similar app but lighter, faster, always up-to-date with a more user-friendly user interface. Give it a try and feel free to contact me if you have any questions or feedback!
How similar would apps made with this be to Slack's desktop app? I really like the fact that they have a desktop app. There might be a use case for our business. UPDATE: Just realized this is a github repo. Nevermind, we'd want support, etc.
@williamdinkel It uses Electron behind the scenes, which is the same fw used by Slack to create their desktop apps
I like the fact that it creates an Electron wrapper of the webapp automatically. This is something I thought of doing myself for a long time. Glad somebody kicked it off! Working pretty good so far