Last week the electronjs.org site had a few minutes of downtime. If you were affected by these brief outages, we're sorry for the inconvenience. After a bit of investigation today, we've diagnosed the root cause and have deployed a fix.
To prevent this kind of downtime in the future, we've enabled Heroku threshold alerts on our app. Any time our web server accumulates failed requests or slow responses beyond a certain threshold, our team will be notified so we can address the problem quickly.
The next time you're developing an Electron app on a plane or in a subterranean coffee shop, you might want to have a copy of the docs for offline reference. Fortunately, Electron's docs are available as Markdown files in over 20 languages.
git clone https://github.com/electron/electron-i18n ls electron-i18n/content
If you like to install apps without using your mouse or trackpad, give
install command a try:
npx electron-forge install egoist/devdocs-app
|/||Focus the search bar|
|Esc||Focus the search bar and cleans it|
|↓||Select the next search result|
|↑||Select the previous search result|
|Enter||Open the selected search result|
|cmdEnter||Ctrl+Enter||Open the selected search result in a new tab|