Chapter 9. Introducing the tray module
This chapter covers
- Building a simple application that lives in the menu bar on macOS or the system tray in Windows.
- Using Electron’s tray module to create applications that live in the operating system’s menu bar or system tray.
- Reading from and writing to the system clipboard.
- Registering global shortcuts that listen for specific keystrokes even when the application is not in use.
- Triggering native notifications in macOS and Windows 10.
For most of the first half of the book, we worked on Fire Sale. Although its initial feature set in chapter 3 could have conceivably been matched by a traditional, browser-based web application, we spent the subsequent chapters adding functionality outside the scope ...