It is documented at windowjs.org.
Window.js comes with familiar APIs for web developers for input event handling and animated rendering, and has additional, convenient APIs for file access.
Additional APIs for sound, networking and WebGL are planned for a future release.
See the FAQ for more details.
Note: Window.js is a very recent project and hasn't been widely tested yet. Please report any issues and get in contact for help.
Window.js is distributed as a single binary that can be downloaded for Windows and macOS.
It can also be built from the sources for Windows, macOS and Linux.
$ windowjs examples/breakout.js
The source files can be edited and reloaded with
F5 in the main window.
F1, that can be used to diagnose errors and explore the APIs. For example, submitting this:
window.title = "Hello!"
changes the title of the main window. Errors are highlighted in the main window:
window.title = noSuchVariable;
Uncaught exceptions and console log errors are also shown in the main window. That overlay can be toggled with
help() in the console for more development tools.
See the example applications and the API documentation for more.
Contact the Window.js developers and other users via the Window.js mailing list at Google Groups, or via its email address
Github users can also use the Github Discussions page for the project.
Report issues the Github issues tracker.
See the documentation for contributions and a list of planned features for ideas.
Window.js is licensed under the MIT License.