- Make a full-installer including the base app, which when it ran the first time, would install the latest version.
- The standalone agent-app would be used to monitor files, upload them, restart os services (outside of agent) and run commands on the node computers connecting back via Phonix channels.
- I want to leverage channels for real-time monitoring.
- I’m stuck in windows. 7 and 10 +
- Run at startup automatically.
- All the above setup and installed with a single MSI or another type of installer.
Questions and concerns.
If I adequately compile everything and run it via bat file at startup – can I still fetch a newer version to be installed over the top of the existing one?
I want a full installer without having the end user do a lot of steps to install everything?
I read I would have to create a new build for each version of OS – does that mean Win 7 and Win 10 or is it to every specific build like Win 7 build 13888 and Win 7 build 199383 etc …
Should I stay away from Elixir-Phoenix and try to write it in Erlang? I see a lot of windows issues surrounding stand-alone applications, or is the file structure and project structure worth it? Or can this be avoided by putting everything into one standalone app?
Which is the best approach above – archive, escript, other? None of them seemed comprehensive, and new install MSI would need to be created. Any tutorial on the first part and second part would be much appreciated.
All help is greatly appreciated. – Thanks again!