Electron vs Vuetify: What are the differences?
Electron belongs to "Cross-Platform Desktop Development" category of the tech stack, while Vuetify can be primarily classified under "Front-End Frameworks".
"Easy to make rich cross platform desktop applications" is the top reason why over 50 developers like Electron, while over 8 developers mention "Wide range of components and active development" as the leading cause for choosing Vuetify.
Electron and Vuetify are both open source tools. Electron with 74.9K GitHub stars and 9.8K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Vuetify with 20K GitHub stars and 2.32K GitHub forks.
Slack, Intuit, and InVisionApp are some of the popular companies that use Electron, whereas Vuetify is used by Luckycycle, Webhook Relay, and Intelinvest team. Electron has a broader approval, being mentioned in 221 company stacks & 374 developers stacks; compared to Vuetify, which is listed in 37 company stacks and 36 developer stacks.
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Our application began as an HTML5 browser game, however we decided to leverage certain native parts of desktop applications by wrapping our client code into Electron. This also allowed us to not have to worry about compatibility across all the various browsers.
Our Web Applications are served on our Desktops by Electron. This allows us to have native apps running on our Workstations without having too many Browser Tabs open at the same time.
Electron is the current preferred method to convert games made in the Game Pencil Editor for desktop support.
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We use Vuetify because we needed something that back end devs could get up to speed with quickly