Electron is a framework for developing cross-platform desktop applications with the HTML/CSS/JS triada. A common example of electron applications is the Atom editor or Slack. Under the hook, Electron is based on io.js and Chromium projects. When developing on Electron it becomes sometimes necessary to know what versions of what thing are you currently using.
To check both the Electron application, the Chromium and the io.js version, open the dev tools and run “process.versions” on the console. To open the dev tools, just call openDevTools([options]) method in your BrowserWindow application instance.
To check what version of Chromium is your Electron based application using, you can also run “window.navigator.userAgent” in the console.
You may also check the Electron version by simply taking a look at your package.json file or issuing the command below if installed globally.
You can also check Chromium version for the last Electron version right in the sources