Electron is a cross-platform desktop application built using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. It is based on Node.js and Chromium and is used by the Atom editor and many other applications. Electron is compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux, and can build applications for three platforms.

Electron v22.0.1 is now published,The specific updates are as follows:


  • changed to userequireInteractionHTML5 notifications created by the option will not timeout on Linux and Windows. #36501
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when running eval in an inline script in a non-sandboxed renderer process. #36668
  • fixed usingdialog.showMessageBox()When the focus ring highlighting is not correct. #36802
  • Fixed binary stripping for branded release builds on Linux. #36654
  • Fixed an issue related to Electron startup on macOSWebSwapCGLLayerWarning for duplicate symbols. #36800

Other Changes

  • Added node-api: handle not supporting external buffers. #36624
  • Backport fix for chromium: 1352405. #36517
  • Backport fix for chromium: 1352405. #36518
  • Removed unnecessary –turbo-profiling-input argument from mksnapshot_args for Linux mksnapshot zip. #36782 (also at 23)
  • Update Chromium to 108.0.5359.99. #36613

Update instructions: https://github.com/electron/electron/releases/tag/v22.0.1

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