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Meteor advertises itself as "the fastest way to build JavaScript apps ", an "open source platform for web, mobile, and desktop". This cross-platform framework written in Node.js can be used for building web, mobile, and desktop applications.

If you can build a website, you can build a desktop app. Electron is a framework for creating native applications with web technologies like JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. It takes care of the hard parts so you can focus on the core of your application.

Built on top of GitHub's Electron framework for cross-platform desktop apps, Quark is a general purpose tool that leverages JavaScript, CSS, and HTML. Currently in a beta release stage, with a

Covalence Conference 2020 - Covalence is an independent, hand-crafted, single-day and single-track conference about building desktop apps with Electron, Node.js and JavaScript. Join us for an exciting look at the future of Electron and JavaScript on the desktop, a chance to meet the community, and a day of inspiration and fun.

Learn how to build desktop applications with Electron, the underlying technology for Github's Atom text editor, Microsoft's Visual Studio Code IDE, Slack's desktop application, and many others! Learn to build cross-platform desktop web applications for MacOS, Windows, and Linux with JavaScript.

In this video we will just start to scratch the surface with Electron which is a library to create desktop applications using only HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We will use code from the quick start