DecSoft's HTML Compiler

If you want to convert your HTML apps into standalone executables for Microsoft Windows you're in the right place! HTML Compiler allows you to convert your HTML applications (e-books, presentations, games, put your imagination here!) in executable programs ready to use without any dependency.

It's secure

Your HTML applications are compiled in Microsoft Windows executables without dependencies. Your application's files are never extracted in the final user computer, except, of course, if you want to extract some particular files.

Without limits!

Put your imagination here. You can convert into executable programs for Windows any HTML application like ebooks, surveys, quizzes, magazines, presentations, photo albums and galleries, games, etc.

Super easy

You can use the user graphic interface or the command line tool in order to compile your HTML applications, just by indicate the path for your application "index.html" file.


HTML Compiler is really customizable and include dozens of themes for both the program user interface and the generated applications for the Microsoft Windows operating system.

Take a look!

The next video shown how HTML Compiler works! In just a minute you can see how HTML Compiler taken the "MegaDemo" HTML sample application and convert it into an standalone Microsoft Windows executable.

CLI support

HTML Compiler include a command line compiler in addition with the visual environment. In this way we can compile our applications from the command line, simply and fast.

Very simple

HTML Compiler don't shown to the user any interface element. But this is fine, because then your application looks exactly as you wanted, without any undesired interferences!

Very powerful

HTML Compiler provide various useful Javascript functions do not included in normal HTML applications, for example, the ability to read and write files, execute programs, explore folders, audio reproduction, etc.

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