About this Book

NW.js and Electron are desktop application frameworks powered by Node.js. They allow developers to create cross-platform desktop apps using HTML, CSS, and Java-Script. They offer web designers and developers a way to take their existing skills for crafting web apps and interfaces, and apply that to building desktop apps. The frameworks also support shipping apps for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux from the same codebase, meaning that developers can save time and energy when creating desktop apps that all OSs can use.

NW.js and Electron come from a shared history, and have some similar approaches to app features. This book covers both frameworks topic by topic, helping you to see what they have in common, and where they differ in ...

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