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They support UWP which includes all modern Windows environments (Windows 10, Xbox One, Windows Mixed Reality)

There is experimental support for MacOS, but it's actually very far along, close to being usable for production if not already.

Linux support isn't very widespread for many cross-platform technologies in the first place, so Electron is the best bet there. Maybe someone will make a react-qt project.

> Maybe someone will make a react-qt project.

There's https://github.com/status-im/react-native-desktop

It'd be nice to have a React Native for GTK though. There's https://github.com/Place1/react-native-gtk but it's abandoned. React Native for GTK might get ReactXP natively onto Linux: https://github.com/Microsoft/reactxp/issues/41

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