The entire course revolves around 3 main topics that make use of the following technologies.
▶︎ First, it’s about Web Applications, specifically built with the Vue.js framework. I’ll teach you how to scaffold them with vue-cli, use Vuex as a Central State Management pattern library, Vuetify as a Vue-ready components provider, ml5.js to boost it with machine-learning, while creating several npm scripts to automate every build step, from the early development stages to the final, binary files production.
▶︎ Second, it’s about Native Applications built on top of the NW.js framework. You’ll learn how to create native windows that host your web application, interact with the OS and feature built-in Node.js support.
▶︎ Third, it’s about Photoshop integration. I’ll guide you through the creation of a custom Adobe Generator Plug-in that acts as a SocketIO server, accepting connection from the Native App’s SocketIO client. You’ll learn how to build a messaging system based on .then()-able functions, that creates a robust and practical communication channel between your App and Photoshop.
Whether you are already experienced in all three areas or none of them, it doesn’t really matter. The videos are structured so that you’re exposed to the relevant documentation when needed, and guided step-by-step through the entire project development.
All my major projects are priced the same, as I usually spend at least one year crafting the content. It’s not peanuts, but a fraction of what it would cost you to hire an expert to get such professional and comprehensive training nonetheless.
You can take advantage of a limited-time launch price offer 🎉 to save some money: 2020 is a tough year for us all.
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In case you’ve very little to no Vue.js / NW.js familiarity, that’s not a problem either: the course starts slow to keep the larger audience possible engaged and following.
I’ve tested the code with Photoshop 2020 Mac/Windows, but the whole architecture is based on a technology that dates back to Photoshop CC, aka 14.1. With proper, (untested) massaging I would bet it could support CS6 as well!
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