Electron Fiddle vs Nativefier: What are the differences?
Developers describe Electron Fiddle as "Create, run, package, and share experiments with Electron". Electron Fiddle lets you create and play with small Electron experiments. Start with a template & choose the version of Electron you want to run it with, and play around. Then, save your Fiddle either as a GitHub Gist or to a local folder. Once pushed to GitHub, anyone can quickly try your Fiddle out by just entering it in the address bar. On the other hand, Nativefier is detailed as "Wrap any web page natively without even thinking, across Windows, OSX and Linux". Nativefier is a command line tool that allows you to easily create a desktop application for any web site with succinct and minimal configuration. Apps are wrapped by Electron in an OS executable (.app, .exe, etc.) for use on Windows, OSX and Linux.
Electron Fiddle and Nativefier can be primarily classified as "Cross-Platform Desktop Development" tools.
Electron Fiddle and Nativefier are both open source tools. Nativefier with 20.1K GitHub stars and 1.15K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Electron Fiddle with 3.64K GitHub stars and 141 GitHub forks.