Built with Electron
Electron makes it easy to build cross-platform desktop apps with web technologies, so easy it's been used to power some hugely popular apps. Check out this list of them.
As with Electron, Atom is built by GitHub and its beautiful code editing experience provides a powerful showcase for Electron's capabilities, highlighting its strength as a fully adept cross-platform development tool.
Electron is so good, even Microsoft jumped on board and created this gorgeous and powerful IDE with it.
A simple and elegant alternative to WordPress, Ghost's Electron-powered desktop app makes it easy to interact with Ghost blogs.
WordPress stands as the biggest name in blogging and the company behind it all used Electron to bring WordPress.com to the desktop.
Known widely for its powerful live coding features, Light Table uses Electron to take its elegant IDE to multiple desktop platforms.
Flow's intuitive task manager is brought to the Mac desktop with Electron.
Slack is an indispensable tool for many online businesses and Electron drives its integrated desktop app.
Now part of the Docker tool set, Kitematic uses Electron to make Docker easier to use.
Possibly the easiest way to find and share fun and entertaining GIF images, PopKey supports multiple platforms including Mac and Windows with its Electron-powered app.
Black Screen is a great-looking terminal emulator with Atom-like auto-completion built in.
Available across platforms via Electron, Marp makes it super easy to create a presentation from a Markdown document. Just use --- to separate slides and it takes care of the rest.
Pencil's full-featured, cross-platform GUI prototype tool was rewritten to make use of Electron for much easier development going forward.
Simplenote is a super convenient, cross-platform note app that keeps notes locally for privacy and security reasons. It's made by the people behind WordPress, who use Electron to bring its great note taking features to the desktop.