github.com/taylorchu/tui-go/example/color

A UI library for terminal applications.


License
MIT
Install
go get github.com/taylorchu/tui-go/example/color

Documentation

tui: Terminal UI for Go

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A UI library for terminal applications.

tui (pronounced tooey) provides a higher-level programming model for building rich terminal applications. It lets you build layout-based user interfaces that (should) gracefully handle resizing for you.

IMPORTANT: tui-go is still in an experimental phase so please don't use it for anything other than experiments, yet.

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Installation

go get github.com/marcusolsson/tui-go

Usage

package main

import "github.com/marcusolsson/tui-go"

func main() {
	box := tui.NewVBox(
		tui.NewLabel("tui-go"),
	)

	ui := tui.New(box)
	ui.SetKeybinding("Esc", func() { ui.Quit() })

	if err := ui.Run(); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
}

Getting started

If you want to know what it is like to build terminal applications with tui-go, check out some of the examples.

Documentation is available at godoc.org.

Related projects

tui-go is mainly influenced by Qt and offers a similar programming model that has been adapted to Go and the terminal.

For an overview of the alternatives for writing terminal user interfaces, check out this article by AppliedGo.

License

tui-go is released under the MIT License.