You can use the application that you have developed in this tutorial without any modification both on computers that run Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.

The 1C:Enterprise 8.3 platform introduces the following analogs of client applications previously available only for Microsoft Windows:

The thin client allows users to run applications in 1C:Enterprise mode;

The thick client allows users to run applications in 1C:Enterprise and Designer modes.

Client applications support both file and client/server modes. They are available for both  x86 and x86-64 architectures.

This means that now not only 1C:Enterprise mode users can work on Linux, but also developers and administrators.

Figure 13-1. Cross-platform design

You can find the full list of supported operating systems in the system requirements.

On Linux, the application will have the same look and feel as it does on Microsoft Windows.  

Figure 13-2. 1C:Enterprise on Linux

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