Fig adds autocompletion to your existing terminal, allowing you to increase your productivity during your workflow as a developer. Incredible! Fig integrates with various tools you already use such as VSCode, Jet Brains, Terminal, iTerm, Hyper, Tabby, bash, zsh, and much more.
Autocompletes for cd, git, docker, npm, yarn, brew, aws, google cloud, and hundreds more! Not only that, completions are being added on DAILY! It is built for keyboard first, built for speed, for individuals and teams, for local, and for private.
You are also able to build your own using TypeScript. Fig is completely open source and you can learn more here.
Fig🎉 We’re incredibly excited to announce that Fig is now publicly available for _anyone_ to download!
130 contributors, 200+ CLIs, 4k community members, 10s of thousands of users, and 10s of millions of autocompletes...
And we're just getting started 🔥
fig.io/blog/post/laun…16:20 PM - 18 Nov 2021
Note for Installation:
- Homebrew: brew install --cask fig
- DMG: Download from our website: fig.io
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FigClear your terminal screen in style with `wipeclean` 💧21:42 PM - 04 May 2022
Textual is a TUI (Text User Interface) framework for Python inspired by modern web development. Currently a Work in Progress.
Textual currently runs on MacOS / Linux / Windows.
Textualize uses widgets in order to add functionality to the terminal. It will come with a library of widgets, but developers will also be able to create their own customized widgets to fit their own needs. The code for that looks like this right now:
from rich.panel import Panel from textual.app import App from textual.reactive import Reactive from textual.widget import Widget class Hover(Widget): mouse_over = Reactive(False) def render(self) -> Panel: return Panel("Hello [b]World[/b]", style=("on red" if self.mouse_over else "")) def on_enter(self) -> None: self.mouse_over = True def on_leave(self) -> None: self.mouse_over = False class HoverApp(App): """Demonstrates custom widgets""" async def on_mount(self) -> None: hovers = (Hover() for _ in range(10)) await self.view.dock(*hovers, edge="top") HoverApp.run(log="textual.log")
There is a section in the Textualize GitHub README.md for Developer Video Log that will have documentation for new features and milestones in video format, if you are interested. As of May 5, 2022, it has 8 video updates from basic scrolling and keyboard toggle to new layout API and tree control and scroll views.
You're able to follow @willmcgugan for progress updates on Twitter.
Want the movie-feel of a terminal? Check out eDEX UI - you will definitely have your friends amazed! And the sound affects are absolutely satisfying to say the least. I hope they stay that way even after a long time of use.
Not only is it important to have a great terminal emulator, but it must have all the functionalities you need to improve the quality of work you output.
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