Multrin is a
cross-platform app built on top of
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-managerwhich also only supports Windows. I'm working on macOS and Linux support.
- Dark theme
Ctrl + Tabkeyboard shortcut to change selected tab
Multrin has some very important components:
- Tabs from Wexond
node-window-managerfor managing the docked windows
mouse-hooksfor listening to global mouse events, for example when dropping a window into Multrin.
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, 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.
The given command below will run Multrin in the development mode.
$ yarn dev
You can also run other commands, for other tasks like building the app or linting the code, by using the commands described below.
$ yarn <command>
$ npm run <command>
List of available commands:
||Bundles Multrin's source in production mode.|
||Compiles Multrin binaries for Windows.|
||Rebuilds all dependencies for
||Fixes eslint errors if any|
||Starts Multrin in the development mode|
compile-win32command will produce publishing errors at the end. Just ignore them.