Create small, fast, and secure desktop apps from your existing HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
Any web-based frontend framework, or none at all.
Native binary for Windows, Mac, or Linux.
Native Rust code, or even entire native binaries (optional).
Tauri is a polyglot toolchain for building more secure native apps with both tiny and fast binaries.
Tauri lets you use any HTML/JS-based frontend framework to build apps, and it can be integrated into any pipeline.
Tauri helps you build and bundle binaries for major desktop platforms (mobile & wasm coming soon).
Tauri has many design patterns to help you choose important features with simple configuration.
With security features baked in and additional tools available, your code will be safer than ever.
As a sustainable FLOSS project, we do our best to mitigate bus-factor and are open to everyone.
  • CLI
    Generate, develop and build Tauri apps from the command line.
    Q4 2019
  • API
    Finalize, audit, write documentation and create examples for the smoke-tests.
    Q4 2019
  • Testing & CI
    Implement CI with testing and bundle-pipeline validation.
    Q4 2019
  • Desktop Bundler
    Bundle for all major desktops from native systems.
    Q4 2019
  • Alpha Release
    Technical Release Candidate for desktop, edge cases and bugs acceptable.
    Q4 2019
  • Sideloader
    Integrate and instrument other binaries.
    Q1 2020
  • Splashscreen
    Use a splashscreen while the main content is loading.
    Q1 2020
  • App Storage
    Use a canonical location to store userdata.
    Q1 2020
  • Multi Window
    Run multiple window instances in Tauri.
    Q1 2020
  • Self Updater
    Update Tauri Apps from within Tauri.
    Q1 2020
  • WASM Bundler
    Manufacture WASM bundler for use in websites.
    Q1 2020
  • PureOS App Store
    Verified builds for PureOS.
    Q1 2020
  • App Tray
    Desktop Cross-platform Icon Tray.
    Q2 2020
  • Native Notifications
    Cross-platform notifications using polyfilled WEB API.
    Q2 2020
  • Beta Release
    Generally stable on Desktop, API locked down.
    Q2 2020
  • Mobile Bundler
    Bundle to all major mobile device operating systems.
    Q2 2020
  • DENO
    Enable alternative DENO CLI.
    Q3 2020
  • Cross Compiler
    Generate bundled binaries from select operating system environments.
    Q3 2020
  • Alternative Renderer
    Candidate presentation for Webview Alternatives, including GL windowing.
    Q3 2020
  • Tauri-Frida
    A decompiler and threat analyzer for Tauri Apps, using Frida.
    Q4 2020
  • Stable Release
    Stable on On all Platforms.
    Q4 2020
  • Other Bindings
    Go, Nim, Python, C++ and other bindings are possible with the stable API.
    Q1 2021
  • The Future
    Something missing? Got a great idea? We want you to help us make it happen.
    & BEYOND
Notice: This roadmap is subject to change.


Donations and Sponsoring

At the moment the best way to support the development of Tauri is to visit our Open Collective page and make a donation. Funds go first and foremost to covering the overhead of the project, additional funds will be distributed to all contributors using a sourcecred-based system. Thanks for consideration! ❤️
If you are interested in sponsoring Tauri and want to accelerate the development of specific components, we encourage you to reach out to the team.