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MSFS Approach to Coding An EFB/Tablet

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Hi there,
I was wondering if there was some sort of a template for creating an EFB/Tablet for an aircraft? I have coded a tablet previously but none of the code worked as I used standard HTML and javascript. I have seen in a lot of aircraft there are Template.html and template.js so I was not sure if that was linked in any way to a template of some respects or a base to use.

if not what would be the best approach to coding something like this and if there was any software like react.js electron.js etc etc

Thanks!
 
There is something like react.js!
it is worth noting that these sections describe the underlying SDK API for creating gauges using JavaScript, however many aircraft - both custom ones and those from Microsoft - use the MSFS Avionics Framework, which is a component based API specifically designed for making instrumentation using a React-like framework.
 
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