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electron-quick-start - Clone to try a simple Electron app

  •    Javascript

Clone and run for a quick way to see Electron in action. This is a minimal Electron application based on the Quick Start Guide within the Electron documentation.

muon-quick

  •    Javascript

A minimal Muon application

facebook-godot

  •    HTML

Shows the typing indicator to anyone that messages you, forever.




electron-typescript-react-quick-start - A minimal starter kit for Electron and React, using Typescript and Systemjs

  •    Javascript

This is a very minimal setup to start writing Electron applications which use Typescript and React. The aim of this project is to use the smallest number of dependencies possible (which is probably not the ideal final set up), so to be able to focus on the most important bits and not waste time understanding something you don't really need at the moment.

tidal-music-linux - An electron based wrapper around the Tidal web player for Linux

  •    Javascript

This is just a simple wrapper around the Tidal web player based on Electron for Linux. For music playback to work you need the PepperFlashPlayer plugin.

angular2-electron-quickstart - Same code base built on Angular 2 can run both web and desktop environment

  •    TypeScript

Same code base built on Angular 2 can run both web and desktop environment. Angular is a development platform for building mobile and desktop web applications.

mindless - Work like a javascript engine and get things done.

  •    Javascript

This is a meant to be a simple task manager that is supposed to help you execute tasks mindlessly. This task manager is a loosely modelled on a javascript runtime engine. Note: The ideal way for you to use it is to download the code and run it your browser or inside an electron shell. This way you are not dependant on an internet connection to get things done.


electron-widevine-test

  •    Javascript

Clone and run for a quick way to see an Electron in action. This is a minimal Electron application based on the Quick Start Guide within the Electron documentation.

electron-apps-with-purescript - https://kritzcreek

  •    Javascript

https://kritzcreek.github.io/posts/2016-07-05-purescript-electron.html

electron-quick-start-typescript - Clone to try a simple Electron app (in TypeScript)

  •    TypeScript

Clone and run for a quick way to see Electron in action. This is a typescript port of the Electron Quick Start repo -- a minimal Electron application based on the Quick Start Guide within the Electron documentation.

electron-mysql-demo - A Demo and Example App Created with Electron and MySQL Node.js Module

  •    CSS

Make sure to read the tutorial to see the pros and cons related to using MySQL+ plain SQL to persist data in Electron apps and also the other alternatives that you can use instead of this approach if you are looking for other options. The example demonstrates how to do CRUD (Create-Read-Update-Delete) operations against a MySQL database. It provides also a simple pagination system to paginate data.

electron-hot-boilerplate - Demo project for electron-hot-loader

  •    Javascript

This is a demo project for electron-hot-loader. It demonstrates that it is possible to hot reload (reload without losing state) React components in an electron application without depending on babel or webpack.

electron-react-webpack-quick-start - A minimal, cross-platform Electron application with ES2015, React, SCSS, and Webpack

  •    Javascript

A minimal, cross-platform Electron application with React for views and Webpack. Set breakpoints and debug the main process with Visual Studio Code. ES6/ES2015 support using Babel. In Visual Studio Code, pressing Ctrl-Shift-B (Windows) or Cmd-Shift-B (OSX) will build and bundle the application, and pressing F5 will debug the application. Make sure you have the proper OS selection in the VS Code's Debug View.

debug-electron-vscode - Sample repository for being able to debug main and renderer from one debug session

  •    Javascript

This is a hello world Electron application that is setup to debug both the main process and the renderer process from a single launch configuration. The VS Code debug configuration file (launch.json) allows for compound debug configurations that can start multiple debug adapters at the same time.

electron-windows-sample - :zap: A minimal Electron sample application showing how to make an Electron app look native on Windows

  •    Javascript

This is a simple example, showcasing WinJS. WinJS is the Windows Library for JavaScript and actually used when building UWP (Universal Windows Apps). The open-source JavaScript library can assist you in building HTML, CSS, and JavaScript applications for the Windows Store with a consistent look and performance across all Windows devices - it will however work just fine in any browser, including Electron. Tl;dr: WinJS is used to build "real" Windows Store apps and can therefore make your Electron app look just like a full-blooded Windows app. Multiple bindings exist for WinJS - it can be used standalone, or together with Knockout, React, or Angular. This example is built using the React bindings.

smart-scale-app - Xiaomi Smart Scale App, made with love and Electron. ⚖️❤️⚡️

  •    Javascript

Smart apps designed to make our live easier are becoming increasing popular. These range from fitness trackers to lightbulb controls. When designing these apps, you may find you need to improve the user experience. Or you need to access the raw data, but setting up a full stack project would be overkill for this purpose. That is when Electron comes into play.

android-remote-electron - Control your android device through your dekstop

  •    Javascript

This is Proof of Concept of a to control your your android device with a desktop app. Like VNC, but without any dependencies on the client. No root required, only need adb enabled.