Updating the currently checked out branch may cause confusion
When a new version of is released, Electron usually waits about a month before upgrading in order to bring in a more stable version.In Electron, and Chromium share a single V8 instance—usually the version that Chromium is using. The version update process is detailed explicitly in our Versioning Doc.Please refer to Apple's documentation for details.The API uses the Windows Registry and LSSet Default Handler For URLScheme internally. Note: On mac OS, you can use this method to check if the app has been registered as the default protocol handler for a protocol. Any attempt to re-add a removed item to a custom category earlier than that will result in the entire custom category being omitted from the Jump List. This method makes your application a Single Instance Application - instead of allowing multiple instances of your app to run, this will ensure that only a single instance of your app is running, and other instances signal this instance and exit.Long term support of older versions of Electron does not currently exist.If your current version of Electron works for you, you can stay on it for as long as you'd like.You can choose to add audits to your tests with Spectron or use them within Dev Tools with Devtron.Read on for a summary of the tools or checkout our accessibility documentation for more information.
You can however change the file with a simple text editor or script during build time.
On mac OS, third-party assistive technology can switch accessibility inside Electron applications by setting the attribute to check if this event has already fired. If you do not subscribe to this event and all windows are closed, the default behavior is to quit the app; however, if you subscribe, you control whether the app quits or not.
If the user pressed Emitted when the application is activated.
This event fires when assistive technologies, such as screen readers, are enabled or disabled. The is called for multiple times, multiple instances will be started after current instance exited. On Windows, focuses on the application's first window. It allows you to integrate your app deeper into the operating system.
An example of restarting current instance immediately and adding a new command line argument to the new instance: otherwise. Hides all application windows without minimizing them. Once registered, all links with will be opened with the current executable.
Various actions can trigger this event, such as launching the application for the first time, attempting to re-launch the application when it's already running, or clicking on the application's dock or taskbar icon. A user activity can be continued only in an app that has the same developer Team ID as the activity's source app and that supports the activity's type.