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The ULTIMATE guide of getting Hearthstone to work on Linux
1 project | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 12 Jun 2022
Hearthstone on Linux in 2022
1 project | reddit.com/r/hearthstone | 9 Jun 2022
Gaming on Linux
5 projects | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 14 Apr 2021
You can take a look at GitHub repository here
Ask HN: Why aren't there any real alternatives to Electron?
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Mar 2022
I'm working on an alternative. It's a slightly different take, but provides similar functionality of Node.js plus front end code in a packaged binary. Instead of using a weird custom fork of chrome and downloading that for every different binary we just use the system Chrome browser (or install it once for all apps). Eventually we can probably expand to use other Chrome browsers or even other web driver supported browsers which Firefox seems to be building that support out. I just like the idea of using something that's already on the system.
Take a look at the wonderful GraderJS, heh :)
Show HN: A simple cross-platform HTML to native-app builder using Chrome
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Feb 2022
Turn your full-stack Node.js application into downloadable cross-platform binary
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Sep 2021
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Sep 2021
For those who didn't reach the end of the README.md, it seems to use an electron-alternative called grader, from the same author:
It runs server and downloads Chrome (if not available already) and starts it in app mode.
GitHub - i5ik/graderjs: Turn your full-stack NodeJS application into a downloadable cross-platform binary. Also works for SPAs, or regular web-sites.
1 project | reddit.com/r/node | 12 Sep 2021
Tauri: An Electron alternative written in Rust
23 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Feb 2021
It is a good idea but it is not a new idea
You can find a bunch of different approaches in lists like "alternatives to electron." There's some on GitHub.
What are some alternatives?
Hearthstone-Deck-Tracker - A deck tracker and deck manager for Hearthstone on Windows
jspaint - 🎨 Classic MS Paint, ＲＥＶＩＶＥＤ + ✨Extras
wry - Cross-platform WebView library in Rust for Tauri.
DeskGap - A cross-platform desktop app framework based on Node.js and the system webview
lutris - Lutris desktop client in Python / PyGObject
remarkable - Markdown parser, done right. Commonmark support, extensions, syntax plugins, high speed - all in one. Gulp and metalsmith plugins available. Used by Facebook, Docusaurus and many others! Use https://github.com/breakdance/breakdance for HTML-to-markdown conversion. Use https://github.com/jonschlinkert/markdown-toc to generate a table of contents.
jspaint.exe - 🌂JS Paint ~~ as a cross-platform native desktop app. In other words, the "🎨 Classic MS Paint, ＲＥＶＩＶＥＤ + ✨Extras".exe hehe
sciter-js-sdk - Sciter.JS - Sciter but with QuickJS on board instead of my TIScript
Godello - Trello inspired kanban board made with the Godot Engine and GDScript, powered by an online real-time collaborative backend (Elixir and Phoenix Channels)
Wails - Create beautiful applications using Go
react-native-desktop-qt - A Desktop port of React Native, driven by Qt, forked from Canonical