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Mit Web Workers ist es möglich, JavaScript in OS-Level Threads auszuführen.

Multi-threaded Node.js

Es ist möglich Node.js features in Electrons Webworkers zu verwenden. Dazu muss die Option nodeIntegrationInWorker in den <0>WebPreferences</0> auf <0>true</0> gesetzt werden.

const win = new BrowserWindow({
webPreferences: {
nodeIntegrationInWorker: true

The nodeIntegrationInWorker can be used independent of nodeIntegration, but sandbox must not be set to true.

Note: This option is not available in SharedWorkers or Service Workers owing to incompatibilities in sandboxing policies.

Available APIs

All built-in modules of Node.js are supported in Web Workers, and asar archives can still be read with Node.js APIs. However none of Electron's built-in modules can be used in a multi-threaded environment.

Native Node.js Module

Any native Node.js module can be loaded directly in Web Workers, but it is strongly recommended not to do so. Most existing native modules have been written assuming single-threaded environment, using them in Web Workers will lead to crashes and memory corruptions.

Note that even if a native Node.js module is thread-safe it's still not safe to load it in a Web Worker because the process.dlopen function is not thread safe.

The only way to load a native module safely for now, is to make sure the app loads no native modules after the Web Workers get started.

process.dlopen = () => {
throw new Error('Load native module is not safe')
const worker = new Worker('script.js')