F-Curator is an offline application that comes at you all day long, and curate your own web favorites. Based on Electron and React technology.


Package (macOS)

Getting Started


quick overview


  • Offline support and fast speeds
  • Easily achieve data persistence
  • Fetch remote resources to local database
  • Category management and clear list blocks
  • Drag and drop sorting
  • Judgment of URL validity and repetitiveness
  • Automatically extract resources to local, such as icons
  • Data export in different formats in the future

File Structures

├── README.md
├── tsconfig.json
├── babel.config.js
├── package-lock.json
├── package.json
├── package/      ·············· Available packages
├── db/           ·············· Local database
├── main/         ·············· Main Process Modules
├── renderer/     ·············· Renderer Process Modules
├── dist/
├── src/
├── test/  
├── public/  
│   └── index.html 
├── build/  
│   └── config.js

How To Use

To clone and run this repository. From your command line:

$ npm start

APP Development Mode


You will need to have node setup on your machine. That will output the built distributables to ./dist/* .

Step 1. Use NPM (Locate your current directory of project, and enter the following command.) or download the latest version from Github. For nodejs you have to install some dependencies.

$ sudo npm install f-curator

Or clone the repo to get all source files including build scripts:

$ git clone git://github.com/xizon/f-curator.git

Step 2. First, using an absolute path into your "f-curator/" folder directory.

$ cd /{your_directory}/f-curator

Step 3. Before doing all dev stuff make sure you have Node 10+ installed. After that, run the following code in the main directory to install the node module dependencies.

$ sudo npm install

Step 4. Commonly used commands:

Debug application. It can be checked separately as TypeScript without compiling and packaging behavior.

$ npm run check

Step 5. When you’re ready to deploy to production, create a minified bundle with:

$ npm run build

Step 6. When you have done, this will spin up a server that can be accessed at


Step 7. Run the app in development mode

$ npm run dev

? Note:

If you upgrade the version of Node, please execute the following code:

$ sudo npm install
$ sudo npm rebuild node-sass


= 0.0.1 (January 3, 2022) =

  • First release.


Supported development environment

  • Electron 16 +
  • React 17 +
  • TypeScript 4.x.x +
  • Babel 7.x.x +
  • Webpack 5.x.x
  • Jest 27.x.x


Licensed under the MIT.


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