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Multrin

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Multrin is a cross-platform app built on top of Electron, React, styled-components and TypeScript, that lets you to organize apps in tabs, by just dropping them onto Multrin. It aims to greatly improve your productivity and organization.

Although Multrin long-term plan focuses mainly on integrating it with Wexond web browser, it is developed as a stand-alone application.

NOTE: Multrin works currently only on Windows since it's dependent on node-window-manager which also only supports Windows. I'm working on macOS and Linux support.

Features

  • Dark theme
  • Ctrl + Tab keyboard shortcut to change selected tab

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Roadmap

Components

Multrin has some very important components:

Running

Before running Multrin, please ensure you have Node.js installed on your machine. You can use npm, although I highly recommend to use yarn. In this guide I will use yarn.

To install yarn, please run:

$ npm i -g yarn

Also you will need build tools. To install them, please run as administrator:

$ npm i -g windows-build-tools

Firstly, run this command to install all needed dependencies. If you have encountered any problems, please report it. I will try to help as much as I can.

$ yarn

The given command below will run Multrin in the development mode.

$ yarn dev

Other commands

You can also run other commands, for other tasks like building the app or linting the code, by using the commands described below.

Usage:

Using yarn:

$ yarn <command>

Using npm:

$ npm run <command>

List of available commands:

Command Description
build-production Bundles Multrin's source in production mode.
compile-win32 Compiles Multrin binaries for Windows.
electron-rebuild Rebuilds all dependencies for Electron.
lint Lints code.
lint-fix Fixes eslint errors if any
start Starts Multrin.
dev Starts Multrin in the development mode

NOTE: compile-win32 command will produce publishing errors at the end. Just ignore them.

Authors

@sentialx

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