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NW.js is a good alternative to Electron in the case that you don't want to use it for whatever reason. See More
Lewis Crichton's Experience
Been using NW.js on hundreds of projects for over 5 years, and it's been amazing! Nothing better exists. See More
Haxe has the ability to use "externs". These are haxe files which describe the usage of existing JS libraries. Get code completion and compile-time-checking for everything from jQuery to Node.js. Even without externs, native JS code can still be used through untyped code. See More
Whenever there's functionality you need that they don't use in their apps, it's not going to get developed by them, even if it's obvious it should be in the core. They always say to either submit a PR or create a separate module. See More
To use Electron in .NET or .NET Core, you will require libraries like Edge.js, Bridge.NET or host Electron in ASP.NET NET like what is used in Electron.NET. No third-party language translation is required for Chromely. It requires just pure C#/VB code. See More