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# electron-quick-start
# Chimeverse
**Clone and run for a quick way to see Electron in action.**
#### Jabber/XMPP client based on Converse.js and Electron
This is a minimal Electron application based on the [Quick Start Guide](https://electronjs.org/docs/tutorial/quick-start) within the Electron documentation.
It should happen once.
A very basic integration of [Converse.js](https://conversejs.org/) and Electron. With OMEMO.
**Use this app along with the [Electron API Demos](https://electronjs.org/#get-started) app for API code examples to help you get started.**
#### Screenshots etc.
A basic Electron application needs just these files:
#### Current release
- [Chimeverse-0.0.14.dmg](https://github.com/nick-denry/Chimeverse/releases/download/0.0.14/Chimeverse-0.0.14.dmg)
- [Chimeverse-0.0.14.dmg.zip](https://github.com/nick-denry/Chimeverse/releases/download/0.0.14/Chimeverse-0.0.14.dmg.zip)
- `package.json` - Points to the app's main file and lists its details and dependencies.
- `main.js` - Starts the app and creates a browser window to render HTML. This is the app's **main process**.
- `index.html` - A web page to render. This is the app's **renderer process**.
You can learn more about each of these components within the [Quick Start Guide](https://electronjs.org/docs/tutorial/quick-start).
## To Use
To clone and run this repository you'll need [Git](https://git-scm.com) and [Node.js](https://nodejs.org/en/download/) (which comes with [npm](http://npmjs.com)) installed on your computer. From your command line:
# Clone this repository
git clone https://github.com/electron/electron-quick-start
# Go into the repository
cd electron-quick-start
# Install dependencies
npm install
# Run the app
npm start
Note: If you're using Linux Bash for Windows, [see this guide](https://www.howtogeek.com/261575/how-to-run-graphical-linux-desktop-applications-from-windows-10s-bash-shell/) or use `node` from the command prompt.
## Resources for Learning Electron
- [electronjs.org/docs](https://electronjs.org/docs) - all of Electron's documentation
- [electronjs.org/community#boilerplates](https://electronjs.org/community#boilerplates) - sample starter apps created by the community
- [electron/electron-quick-start](https://github.com/electron/electron-quick-start) - a very basic starter Electron app
- [electron/simple-samples](https://github.com/electron/simple-samples) - small applications with ideas for taking them further
- [electron/electron-api-demos](https://github.com/electron/electron-api-demos) - an Electron app that teaches you how to use Electron
- [hokein/electron-sample-apps](https://github.com/hokein/electron-sample-apps) - small demo apps for the various Electron APIs
## License
[CC0 1.0 (Public Domain)](LICENSE.md)