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JavaScript is regarded as one of the most commonly used programming languages in the world, as it doesn’t just excel at manipulating elements on the frontend; with this same language, you can create cross-platform mobile applications, develop APIs and work with backend infrastructure, and create desktop applications.

While there have been numerous libraries and frameworks for all of these aspects, Electron stands out when it comes to developing desktop apps with JavaScript, and in this post, we’ll look at how to use Vue with Electron to create our first cross-platform desktop application.

This article assumes the following prerequisites:. Basic understanding of JavaScript.

Basic familiarity with Vue. Node.js and npm installed.

Prior experience with Electron is a plus, but not required.

Electron is an open source JavaScript framework for building native cross-platform desktop applications with web technologies (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript).

This implies that if you have prior familiarity working with these technologies, you can use the same codebase to develop a desktop application for Windows, Linux, and macOS.

Behind the scenes, Electron combines the Chromium engine with Node.js runtime to read and run your codebase as a standalone desktop program.

And, to prove its capabilities, popular desktop programs created using Electron include Slack, VS Code, and WhatsApp Desktop.