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Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. For more information on using Node.js, see the Node.js Website. Node in Electron Overview. The Electron Project embeds Node, which allows developers to leverage all of Node’s capabilities …

Writing Node.js/Electron native C++ addons for beginners – C++ is great! Especially for high performance tasks. But it is hard and/or expensive to create some good looking end user GUI with it.

Electron (software framework) Electron allows for the development of desktop GUI applications using front and back end components originally developed for web applications: Node.js runtime for the backend and Chromium for the frontend. Electron is the main GUI framework behind several notable open-source projects including GitHub’s Atom

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Create Cross-Platform Desktop Node Apps with Electron. The main problem with these options is that they generally involved learning another language (which defeats the point) or forced users to install plugins plagued with stability, performance and security problems. We all know the power of JavaScript and web technologies and have seen a wave

NW.js & Electron Compared (2016 Edition) If you wish to create a desktop application from web technologies, the open source world offers two main choices: NW.js (formerly node-webkit) and Electron (formerly atom-shell). Deciding which one to go with is not so obvious. In 2015, I released a first version of this comparison between the two tools.

Electron is based on Google Chromium project and Node.js platform, which means you have an embedded browser with latest web standards (thanks to Chromium) and the whole Node.js modules, available from NPM, at your disposal.