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blessed-vue - A VueJS runtime to let you write command line UI in Vue
Compile against VueJS 2.5.13. This package is a Vue.js runtime for blessed and now blessed-contrib. The current version is compiled against VueJS 2.5.13, which means those lovely features and bug fixes comes with v2.5.13 in vue core will be available in the current version. For example, the lovely improvements about the functional components.
A React custom renderer for the blessed library. This renderer should currently be considered as experimental, is subject to change and will only work with React's latest version (16.x.x, using Fiber).
vue-element-admin is a front-end management background integration solution. It based on vue and use the UI Toolkit element. It is a magical vue admin based on the newest development stack of vue, built-in i18n solution, typical templates for enterprise applications, lots of awesome features. It helps you build a large complex Single-Page Applications. I believe whatever your needs are, this project will help you.
October 8, 2014 - Adding Line.contents() for fetching the contents of a line as a string. June 2, 2014 - Fixed a crash caused by inability to locate the required trim helper in the latest version of cli-color. (And locked down the version of the cli-color dependency to stop this from ever happening again.) Also removed lodash as a dependency in favor of vanilla JS, to keep installs faster and smaller than ever.
Note that termcoin is no longer maintained. It is not recommended for use.termcoin's UI is rendered by blessed which is a full ncurses replacement and high-level widget library. Expect mouse support, eye-candy hover effects, and so-on.
React for CLIs. Build and test your CLI output using components. Ink's goal is to provide the same component-based UI building experience that React provides, but for command-line apps. That's why it tries to implement the minimum required functionality of React. If you are already familiar with React (or Preact, since Ink borrows a few ideas from it), you already know Ink.
🎨 Beautiful images of your code — from right inside your terminal. carbon.now.sh by @dawn_labs is a wonderful tool that lets you generate beautiful images of your source code through an intuitive UI, while letting you customize aspects like fonts, themes, window controls and much more.
A full-featured framework for building command line applications (cli) with node.js, including help generation, colored output, verbosity control, custom logger, coercion and casting, typos suggestions, and auto-complete for bash/zsh/fish.Angled brackets (e.g. <item>) indicate required input. Square brackets (e.g. [env]) indicate optional input.
This is a demo of a custom React Blessed console renderer (warning: very early preview, many things don’t work) using React Motion for animation, and Webpack for listening to code hot updates. It is based on @jlongster’s amazing Backend with Webpack example that shows how to integrate hot reloading into a Node (server) app.
jQuery Terminal Emulator is a plugin for creating command line interpreters in your applications. It can automatically call JSON-RPC service when a user types commands or you can provide you own function in which you can parse user commands. It's ideal if you want to provide additional functionality for power users. It can also be used to debug your application. You can create an interpreter for your JSON-RPC service with one line of code (just use url as first argument).