Explore the optimal architectures for Electron.js apps of low, medium, and high complexity that minimize performance degradations.
electron-vite brings Vite capabilities to Electron app development. See how to use it to build a simple Electron app with a React frontend.
Let’s explore Tauri, a new desktop application framework. We’ll look at how to get started using it, how it works, and more.
Set up a project with Nextron, a package that combines the features of Next.js and Electron to enable us to easily create multi-platform desktop apps.
If you’ve worked with Vue before, it’s simple to get started with Electron. Use the Vue CLI plugin for Electron Builder and make a demo app.
Follow along with a tutorial and example build for a cross-platform app using Svelte, Electron, and Reloadly.
Discover why you might want to use an alternative to Electron, and how to install and use two lightweight options: Tauri and Neutralinojs.
Here, you can take a look at boilerplates for desktop applications using React and Electron to compare use cases.
Electron apps tend to be slow. The trick is to offload CPU-intensive tasks to other, faster languages, such as Rust.
Understanding how to write custom directives will really kick your Vue skills up a notch. Learn how to build a markdown preview app with Vue and Electron.
Thanks to TypeScript we can abstract this entire logic into a cleanly separated and properly encapsulated application.
In this article, we’ll look at how to pass data between different windows (known as processes).