back to article Carlo has a head for apps and a body (tag) for rendering: Google takes on Electron with JS desktop app toolset

Developers looking for a way to write JavaScript apps without the Electron framework or NW.js now have another option called Carlo. Released by Google Chrome Labs under an Apache License, Carlo is a framework for creating Node.js applications, packaged as desktop apps or launched from the command line, with the support of the …

  1. Dan 55 Silver badge

    XULRunner, years ago

    Mozilla, what did you decide to do with this?

    Oh, you never provided official releases, never documented it properly, and then abandoned it at the side of the road.

  2. iron Silver badge

    Requires Google Chrome and could break any minute when they push update #125348? No thanks.

  3. Hstubbe

    Isn't Chrome insecure by definition? Leaking all your info and behaviour to google seems to be a major security issue to me.

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