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DuckieTV is an application that takes care of TV-Show addicts by providing a personalized TV-Show calendar. DuckieTV makes sure the information is always up-to-date and gives you an integrated blocking-resistant torrent search to help you get to the right download as easy as possible. With the integrated DuckieTorrent client you can connect DuckieTV to your local Torrent client and be updated on the download progress without switching applications. Support is available for clients of µTorrent/BitTorrent, Aria2, BiglyBT, Deluge, Ktorrent, qBittorrent, rTorrent, Tixati, Transmission and Vuze.
Streamlink Twitch GUI, previously known as Livestreamer Twitch GUI, has been renamed in early december 2016. A comment regarding this change can be found in the thread "The future of Livestreamer Twitch GUI". A graphical user interface on top of the Streamlink command line interface.
TiddlyDesktop is a special purpose web browser for working with locally stored TiddlyWikis. See http://tiddlywiki.com/ for more details of TiddlyWiki. Note that TiddlyDesktop will not work correctly from a Windows UNC network share (eg \\MY-SERVER\SHARE\MyFolder). You should map the network share to a local drive, and run it from there.
Especially useful for Electron/NW.js apps as GUI apps on macOS doesn't inherit the environment variables defined in your dotfiles (.bashrc/.bash_profile/.zshrc/etc).Return a promise for the environment variables.
An example usage of NW.js and Edge.JS. This code calls a function inside a .NET class library from the DOM. There are a lot of things that can go wrong preventing this example from working. For example, new NW.js builds containing Node versions that are not yet supported by Edge. Additionally getting a build environment setup on Windows can be challenging and difficult.
This is a repository containing applications and code samples from the book Cross Platform Desktop Applications With Node, Electron, and NW.js. The apps and code samples are organised in folders that match the chapter that they appear in.
This app was an initial prototype to test the quality of IBM STT, and is no longer activly supported I am now working on a more full fledge version at https://github.com/OpenNewsLabs/autoEdit_2 ( http://www.autoedit.io ). If you clone the repo you can start the app with npm start.
You can use this "framework" to quickly and easily start your own browser or use it as a custom wrapper for a website which you wish to have some custom control over, like hiding the address bar, but keeping other navigational tools. Please feel free to fork and submit pull requests with features you think would be nice to have. This uses the DBAD License. Obviously, this is for use with nwjs. Edit the config for basic customiztions.