Electron joins the OpenJS Foundation

Alex Alex 12 December 2019
Electron joins the OpenJS Foundation

The Open Source Framework Electron has been included in the incubator program of the OpenJS Foundation. For the creation of Desktop Apps designed Framework a turn on the final stretch of the recording process.

Electron was added to the Incubation program of the OpenJS Foundation, such as on the Node+JS Interactive Event in Montreal was notified. At this stage, Incubating Projects, a complete list of the default check to be used as full-fledged members. Electron joining nvm, AMP and Fastify in the list of candidates.

in The Electron Framework will change own information for a programmer, nothing. The 2013 originally from GitHub-developed Framework is expected to improve with the help of the OpenJS Foundation and of the associated Community benefit. According to Felix giant mountain, Senior Staff Engineer at Slack and Electron Co-Maintainer, is the accession to the OpenJS Foundation is a natural step for the growing Open-Source project. Robin Ginn, Executive Director of the Foundation, expressed also for receiving Electrons:

„Electron is a powerful development Tool, which is used by some of the most well-known companies and applications. In the name of the Community, I look forward to the cooperation with the Electron and the great contributions you make.“

The Open Source Framework Electron is used for the execution of cross-platform Desktop applications.

All the information about the recording of Electron in OpenJS Foundation can be found on the official Blog.

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