Felix Rieseberg


Senior Desktop Engineer at Slack in San Francisco, working full-time on open source projects like Electron, npm, or Ghost. If he's not contributing, he's out in the world talking about open source.

Node on the Desktop: Building Apps with Electron v1

You're probably already using desktop apps written with Node: Apps like Atom, Slack, Visual Studio Code, or Ghost. Built using Electron, those apps combine the power of the Desktop with Chromium and Node, liberating JavaScript developers from the constraints of traditional web apps. Learn how to build native-feeling desktop apps for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux with Node! Learn how to debug your code, how to integrate with operating systems, and how to make your app feel truly native. We'll talk about the basics and advanced scenarios - leveraging the full power of npm and Node.