Getting Started with Tauri

Here’s a short tutorial to get started with Tauri and create a simple desktop application:

  1. Install Tauri First, you’ll need to install Tauri. You can do this using npm by running the following command:
Copy codenpm install -g tauri
  1. Create a new Tauri project Next, create a new Tauri project using the tauri create command. This will create a new directory with the required files and folders for a Tauri project. Run the following command to create a new Tauri project:
luaCopy codetauri create my-app
  1. Add a frontend framework Next, you’ll need to add a frontend framework to your Tauri project. You can use any frontend framework you prefer, such as React, Vue.js, or Angular. For this example, we’ll use React. Run the following command to add React to your Tauri project:
bashCopy codecd my-app
npm install --save react react-dom
  1. Build your application Once you’ve added your frontend framework, you’ll need to build your application. Run the following command to build your Tauri application:
Copy codetauri build
  1. Run your application Finally, you can run your Tauri application using the tauri dev command. This will launch your application in a new window. Run the following command to run your Tauri application:
Copy codetauri dev

That’s it! You’ve created a simple desktop application using Tauri. You can now continue to add functionality and features to your application using Tauri’s native APIs and plugins. Tauri provides a wide range of features and customization options, making it a powerful tool for creating native desktop applications using web technologies.

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