Obviously a framework without components would be like a Bubble Tea without Bubbles. Of course you got to have a bunch of Bubbles!
(Totally inspired by The Elm Architecture)
reddit comment: "Wow! Terminal can look THIS good??"
reddit comments just getting better:
"This looked too good to be true, and indeed I misread functional as fictional and almost scrolled right by. Awesome work!"
@fribbledom how the heck are you doing that gradient effect on the progress bar?
It's a blend in the LUV colorspace:
@fribbledom I mean, are you doing anything fancier than just writing consecutive block characters with different colors?
if it doesn't beat Turbo Vision i ain't interested
Turbo Vision is indeed a lost framework & piece of art, that we would desperately need on the command line these days. It has been and still is so far ahead of everything that came after it, it's almost unbelievable.
@fribbledom I'm so tempted to nerdsnipe myself into making a modern text GUI that's terminal friendly and isn't just ncurses horrors :)
@brion @fribbledom I'm sure there is still plenty of scope to create a modern terminal based DE that can call up a X (or Wayland whatever) window for 24bit colour graphical applications, and for everything else, a well designed keyboard (& mouse/trackpad) friendly navigable environ that can perform all your daily requirements in a lightweight and slick experience...
@fribbledom people just have no imagination
It does look really good, and the tools written with it so far are really snappy.
I'm just a little hesitant about the charm cloud. Do you know anything about it?
Using the cloud is entirely optional (and doesn't affect bubbletea at all). I assume you're referring to glow here, though?
For what it's worth, it's all open-source and everything you store in the "charm cloud" is locally encrypted & decrypted with a generated SSH key-pair. I can only invite people to review our code to see there is no way for us to decrypt *any* of your data.
@fribbledom Yep glow.
I'm mostly just wondering if the tool generates a new ssh keypair, or if I can provide my own.
It generates its own keypair per default, but we will let you specify your own key in the (very) near future!
@fribbledom Sweet. I love everything these projects are doing.
Thank you for the kind words 😊
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