Portable HTML Compiler 2023.2 (x64)
With DecSoft HTML Compiler Portable you can easily compile your modern HTML apps (Single Page Apps, for example) into standalone executables for both Microsoft Windows® 32 and 64 bits. Your app’ files are never extracted into the user’s computer and run in a modern browser environment based in Chromium.
Your HTML apps are compiled in both Microsoft Windows 32 and 64 bits executables. Your app’s files are never extracted in the final user computer except if you want to extract some particular files.
Put your imagination here. You can convert into executable programs for Windows almost any modern HTML app like ebooks, surveys, quizzes, magazines, presentations, photo albums and galleries, games, etc.
You can use the user graphic interface or the command line tool in order to compile your HTML apps, just by indicating the path for your application “index.html” file.
Take a look!
The next video shown how DecSoft HTML Compiler works! In just a minute you can see how DecSoft HTML Compiler take the “Database” app sample of DecSoft App Builder and convert it into a standalone Microsoft Windows executables.
DecSoft HTML Compiler include a command line compiler in addition with the visual environment. In this way you can compile your apps from the command line, simply and fast.
DecSoft HTML Compiler don’t shown to the user any interface element. But this is fine, because then your application looks exactly as you wanted, without any undesired interferences!
- Update the Microsoft Edge Runtime installer to the latest version. This update includes all the supported flavors, that is, the full installer for both 32 and 64 bits and the downloadable installer for both 32 and 64 bits.
- By some kind of “tradition” (probably from the arrival of XHTML long time ago) we start to use trailing slashes in void HTML elements, like images, breaks, horizontal rules, inputs, etc. That trailing slashes in such elements are not certainly required (talking about HTML), and, in fact, if we validate the HTML markup using the W3C validator, for example, we get an “info” reminder us that that trailing slashes for void elements are not really required in HTML documents. Well. We remove from our mind that “tradition” and therefore remove the referred trailing slashes from the DecSoft website and all our products. In particular, in this product we remove the referred trailing slashes from the HTML of the welcome page, about page, help pages and app samples.