In the last blog post on Setting Up Electron Framework for Desktop Apps, we talked about Electron framework and its installation, we also tried a “Hello World” example in Electron. This post will a short one and will help you to configure Electron in an IDE – IntelliJ IDEA 2016.
After all the libraries are loaded search for github-electron-DefinitelyTyped and download and install it. After that check / select that library.
To enable “Coding Assistance” go to
File > Settings > Languages and Frameworks > Node.js and NPM > Enable the Coding Assistance for Node.js Core Library.
Here’s a great Material Design desktop app I made with Electron Framework. In case you are wondering, I used Material Design Lite library for Material Design components.
Fork this app on Github:
Read my other post on Setting Up Electron Framework for Desktop Apps. Download the best IDE in town here at JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA.
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