🎉 Check out BubbleTea, a powerful little framework for fancy terminal UIs, that I have been working on with @meowgorithm and toby@mastodon.technology!

github.com/charmbracelet/bubbl

Obviously a framework without components would be like a Bubble Tea without Bubbles. Of course you got to have a bunch of Bubbles!

github.com/charmbracelet/bubbl

(Totally inspired by The Elm Architecture)

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"This looked too good to be true, and indeed I misread functional as fictional and almost scrolled right by. Awesome work!"

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@fribbledom

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?

@hannibal_ad_portas

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.

@hannibal_ad_portas

It generates its own keypair per default, but we will let you specify your own key in the (very) near future!

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