The previous part of this series showed the beautiful interplay of React and Redux. In this part, we are going to take a rough look at a technology called Electron. One essential technology in our recent projects, Electron is vastly different from the previous two parts of this blog series. React and Redux are solely used to implement the application logic. Electron, on the other hand, is used to implement both structure and application logic to create real cross-platform desktop apps. It is a wrapper which contains a chromium browser in a NodeJS environment. This technology enables the combination of pure web frontend technologies and additionally gives your application full access to the underlying operating system via NodeJS. In the following, we will introduce the basic concepts using a simple Electron app and show how this technology solves the everlasting single-threaded obstacle of non-responsive JavaScript applications.