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Electron In Action: Electron vs NW.js  RSS feed

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      I am an interested learner of desktop application programming. I came to learn that Electron allows one to develop desktop application using web technologies. That is cool.
      But so is NW.js! I am very interested to know the comparison between adopting Electron vs its competitor. Why would we choose one over another?

      Ultimately which one I would choose, would somehow also depend on which has better learning resources. So hopefully if I can win the Electron in Action book,  I can start picking up Electron instead.

       Thanks for writing this book.
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