electrify - Package your Meteor apps with Electron, and butter

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Easily package your Meteor apps with Electron, and butter. Works on all Meteor's supported platforms.

https://github.com/arboleya/electrify

Dependencies:

commander : ^2.8.1
electron-packager : ^5.1.1
electron-prebuilt : ^0.35.4
lodash : ^3.10.1
server-destroy : ^1.0.1
shelljs : ^0.5.3
sockjs : ^0.3.15

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