hazel - Lightweight update server for Electron apps

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This project lets you deploy an update server for Electron apps with ease: You only need to run a single command and fill out two text fields.Since Hazel routes all the traffic for downloading the actual application files to GitHub Releases, you can use their API to determine the download count for a certain release.



express-useragent : 1.0.7
fetch : 1.1.0
finalhandler : 1.0.4
micro : 8.0.3
ms : 2.0.0
node-fetch : 1.7.2
router : 1.3.1
semver : 5.4.1
stream-to-string : 1.1.0



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