react-ionize - A React renderer for building your entire Electron app

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react-ionize is a library which lets you build the "non-browser" parts of an Electron app using React components to manage your application's state. Electron applications consist of two types of process: a main process which manages the lifecycle of the application, and several renderer processes, which display webpages which comprise the application's GUI. While it's fairly common to use React and ReactDOM to build an HTML/CSS/JS interface in the renderer process, react-ionize runs in the main process, managing things like window size/position, menu contents, and application-wide events.

https://github.com/mhink/ionize

Dependencies:

electron : ^1.6.2
react-dom : 16.0.0-alpha.5

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