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Lepton - πŸ’» Democratizing Snippet Management (macOS/Win/Linux)

  •    Javascript

Lepton is a lean code snippet manager based on GitHub Gist. Check out its latest release. Check out the .leptonrc template to explore different customization options.

electron-release-server - A fully featured, self-hosted release server for electron applications, compatible with auto-updater

  •    Javascript

A node web server which serves & manages releases of your Electron App, and is fully compatible with Squirrel Auto-updater (which is built into Electron). Note: Despite being advertised as a release server for Electron applications, it would work for any application using Squirrel.

bozon - Scaffold, Run, Test and Package Electron application with ease

  •    CoffeeScript

Bozon is a single tool for handling different tasks being performed by multiple packages, which is used for building desktop applications with Electron. Simplify building, compiling, running, testing, and packaging your application. Bozon tool should be installed globally in order to be used for all your electron apps.

electron-vue-admin - vue electron admin template web: http://panjiachen.github.io/vueAdmin-template

  •    Javascript

This is a vue electron admin project base on vueAdmin-template , and was generated from electron-vue using vue-cli. Documentation about this project can be found here.

sieve - Thunderbird Sieve Addon

  •    Javascript

Sieve is a powerful script language for server-side mail filtering. It is intended to be used with IMAP and thus it is widely spread. Many IMAP Server are capable of running sieve filters. Sieve stores and runs all script on the server-side. You can use telnet for this purpose, but that is far to uncomfortable, not applicable for a normal user and almost impossible with secure connections. Wouldn't it be great to activate, edit, delete and add sieve scripts with a convenient interface? That is exactly what the Sieve Extension offers...

electron-with-express - A simple app demonstrating spawning an Express app from Electron

  •    Javascript

A simple project demonstrating how to spawn an Express app from Electron as well as providing server logs directly in the Electron app. After downloading a copy of this repository place them in the root of the code folder. When the Electron app starts it will spawn the Express app using an external copy of Node. This allows the Express app to run outside the Electron process.

webjcs - A level editor for Jazz Jackrabbit 2 created with web technology

  •    Javascript

A level editor for Jazz Jackrabbit 2 created with JavaScript, running in Electron or your web browser. Install webjcs-git from the AUR.

manga-js - A manga reader desktop application in Javascript

  •    Javascript

A desktop manga reader in Javascript using React and Redux. In order to build and run manga-js, you have to first have npm installed. Then run npm install in the project directory to install the dependencies.

Elmctron - Elm meets Electron

  •    CSS

TodoMVC app written in Elm and using Electron. For more information read Gizra post.

Polyonic - An Electron Ionic application shell for creating Web Apps, Progressive Mobile Web Apps, Native Mobile Apps and Desktop Apps

  •    NSIS

Now using the latest Ionic 3.9.2 release πŸŽ‰ If your looking for Polyonic running Ionic 4 and Electron 3, checkout the beta branch. An Electron Ionic application shell for creating Web Apps, Progressive Mobile Web Apps, Native Mobile Apps and Desktop Apps.

pman - Desktop media player, written entirely in Haxe, based on modern web technologies

  •    Haxe

PMan is a desktop media player/manager, written in the Haxe language, running on Electron. PMan's goal is to be as complete as possible as a media player/viewer, but also to provide media management/networking/organizational utilities to the user, as well as basic editing features. PMan is still very much a work in progress, but for standard media viewing, it's stable most of the time. If you're interested in giving it a go, you can download any one of the official releases (latest), or build and run from source. There's no mac support yet, as I have no mac on which to test or build, but I'm hoping to be able to add support soon.

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