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Nativefier - Make any web page a desktop application

  •    Javascript

Nativefier is a command line tool that allows you to easily create a desktop application for any web site with succinct and minimal configuration. Apps are wrapped by Electron in an OS executable (.app, .exe, etc.) for use on Windows, macOS and Linux.

gallium - Build desktop applications in Go and HTML.

  •    Go

Write desktop applications in Go, HTML, Javascript, and CSS. Gallium is a Go library for managing windows, menus, dock icons, and desktop notifications. Each window contains a webview component, in which you code your UI in HTML. Under the hood, the webview is running Chromium.

15-minute-apps - 15 minute (small) desktop apps built with PyQt

  •    Python

A collection of 15 small — minute — desktop applications written in Python using the PyQt framework. These apps are intended as examples from which you can poke, hack and prod your way to writing your own tools. The apps showcase various parts of the Qt framework, including advanced widgets, multimedia, graphics views and decorationless windows. However, the most generally interesting/feature complete applications are Minesweeper, Solitaire and Paint.




nteract - 📘 The interactive computing suite for you! ✨

  •    Javascript

nteract is first and foremost a dynamic tool to give you flexibility when writing code, exploring data, and authoring text to share insights about the data. Edit code, write prose, and visualize.

tad - A desktop application for viewing and analyzing tabular data

  •    Javascript

Tad is a desktop application for viewing and analyzing tabular data such as CSV files. The easiest way to install Tad is to use a pre-packaged binary release. See The Tad Landing Page for information on the latest release and a download link.

electron-python-example - Electron as GUI of Python Applications

  •    Javascript

This post shows how to use Electron as the GUI component of Python applications. (Updated version of one of my previous posts.) The frontend and backend communicate with each other using zerorpc. The complete code is on GitHub repo. The following are copied from my original post. They should be the same. If there are inconsistencies, the README.md on the GitHub repo is more accurate.


lorca - Build cross-platform modern desktop apps in Go + HTML5

  •    Go

A very small library to build modern HTML5 desktop apps in Go. It uses Chrome browser as a UI layer. Unlike Electron it doesn't bundle Chrome into the app package, but rather reuses the one that is already installed. Lorca establishes a connection to the browser window and allows calling Go code from the UI and manipulating UI from Go in a seamless manner.

Electron - Build cross platform desktop apps with web technologies

  •    C++

The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor.

Mstdn - Tiny web-based mastodon client for your desktop

  •    TypeScript

Mstdn is a desktop application based on the mobile version of the Mastodon page and the Electron framework. It basically uses Mastodon's mobile page and provides various desktop application features (such as desktop notifications, keybindings, and multi-account support). Mastodon is an open source project. So if you want to make a new UI, you can just fork the project, implement your favorite UI and host it on your place. Then you can participate Mastodon networks from it.

LuminanceHDR - A complete workflow for HDR imaging

  •    C++

Luminance HDR is a graphical user interface (based on the Qt5 toolkit) that provides a complete workflow for HDR imaging. Raw image formats are supported - and treated as HDR - thanks to LibRAW.

YourFukurou - Hackable YoruFukurou alternative Twitter client

  •    TypeScript

This is a Twitter client to aim to replace YoruFukurou with high pluggablity. Under construction. You can specify your favorite styling by putting user.css in the application directory.

Chromenu - Mobile Chrome in your menubar

  •    TypeScript

Chromium mini browser for your menubar. This app intends to be used for your daily tasks with browser. You can access to a mini browser quickly via clicking menu item or hot key everywhere. This app consists of three parts; header, main view and footer.

qt5.cr - Qt5 bindings for Crystal, based on Bindgen

  •    Crystal

Bindings for the Qt5 Framework using bindgen. Your users will require the Qt5 libraries on their system.

SiebenApp - Experimental dependency-aware goal manager

  •    Python

Why you may need yet another task manager app in 2016? There are thousands of apps and sites nowadays that allow to create tons of checklist, or stacks of cards, or something like that... But there are two serious problems with checklists and cards. First, it's usually hard to manage task/goals of differrent sizes. It's usually impossible to solve one big goal completely at once. So, it's natural to split it into several smaller subgoals. But what if some of subgoals are still too big? You have to split them again. But! Most of task/goal managers (at least ones seen by this project's author) do not allow you to easily create more than 1 layer of subtasks/subgoals.

mydata - Desktop application for uploading data to MyTardis

  •    Python

Desktop application for uploading data to MyTardis