There have been some interesting updates and talks given on Electron recently, here’s a roundup.
Electron is now up to date with Chrome 45 as of
v0.32.0. Other updates include…
We have restructured and standardized the documentation to look better and read better. There are also community-contributed translations of the documentation, like Japanese and Korean.
v0.33.0 Electron ships with Node.js 4.1.0.
Related pull request: electron/electron#2817.
Modules relying on
node-pre-gyp can now be compiled against Electron when building from source.
Related pull request: mapbox/node-pre-gyp#175.
Electron now provides builds for Linux on ARMv7. It runs on popular platforms like Chromebook and Raspberry Pi 2.
A patch by @jaanus has been merged that, like the other built-in OS X apps, allows creating frameless windows with system traffic lights integrated on OS X Yosemite and later.
Related pull request: electron/electron#2776.
After the Google Summer of Code we have merged patches by @hokein to improve printing support, and add the ability to print the page into PDF files.
Atom has now upgraded to Electron
v0.30.6 running Chrome 44. An upgrade to
v0.33.0 is in progress on atom/atom#8779.