This is the Windows app named Nativefier whose latest release can be downloaded as Nativefierv52.0.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Nativefier is a command-line tool designed to create a desktop app for any web site with minimal configuration. Apps are wrapped by Electron (using Chromium under the hood) in an OS executable (.app, .exe, etc) for use on Windows, macOS and Linux. Nativefier will try to determine the app name, and well as lots of other options. If desired, these options can be overwritten. For example, to override the name, nativefier --name 'My Medium App' 'medium.com' Read the API documentation or run nativefier --help to learn about other command-line flags usable to configure the packaged app. For a list of build commands contributed by the nativefier community take a look at the CATALOG.md file. Nativefier is also usable from Docker. You can pass Nativefier flags, and mount volumes to provide local files.
- Automatically retrieval of app icon / name
- Extract all existing options from the old app, and upgrade it using the current Nativefier CLI
- Nativefier uses a preset user agent string for your OS and masquerades as a regular Google Chrome browser
- You can set the language or locale to render the web site
- You may define multiple global shortcuts which can trigger a series of input events
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