Computers are tools. Let me repeat, computers are tools. One more time, computers... are... tools.
They are meant to be used for augmenting people's problem solving abilities. The computer has no feelings so it doesn't matter if your program is written with the help of Electron.js and uses 4-GB of RAM. It doesn't matter that the same solution could be written with some other framework/library/toolkit. It doesn't matter that using another toolkit would reduce memory and CPU usage. It doesn't matter that it could be 50ms faster. It doesn't matter because computers are tools, they are not alive and don't have feelings. They don't feel happy or sad when more or less memory and CPU is used. I repeat, computers are dead inanimate objects with no feelings so you can stop trying to spare their feelings.
Let's focus on solving problems folks. I'm tired of silly arguments around 'native' vs 'web'. Please don't propagate them.
This is not directed at anyone. It is a reminder to myself and others to focus on what matters and not get sucked into silly technological argument vortices.