Use Termipal To Customize Your Mac’s Terminal Window
If Max’s Terminal window was a platform you wished could be more user-friendly, then you have an ally in Termipal.
The new utility added to Terminal has caused a bit of positive uproar for Mac users. Referred to as Termipal, this new addition is a customizable user interface that makes the creation of shell scripts easier for developers by simply using native buttons and drop-down menus and buttons.
Termipal for your Terminal Window in Mac
In most cases, the APIs in Electron are similar to those in Termipal. For example, you can open a file picker dialog by dialing dialog.showOpenDialog. Or, you can listen to the ready event on the App object.
Don’t confuse both platforms though as Electron is an advanced, and large project compared to Termipal which is a little version 0.0.x product that possesses less than 0.1% of Electron capabilities.
Electron compatibility can be described as the principle that lights the path for Termipal ‘s API design rather than represent the guarantee of present compatibility.
To create UIs, a new module known as micro UI is provided. If you want to update the Termipal interface, dial microUI.loadUIDefinition() with a JSON object. The JSON object describes the UI elements involved.
Termipal is available on the developer’s website and is free to use.