tui-input: Input handler for TUI projects (works with tui-rs)

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  • tui-input

    TUI input library supporting multiple backends and tui-rs

    I would like to share tui-input which makes it easy to integrate a shell-like input handler with TUI projects. I made it with the goal of reusing it in my other TUI projects using tui-rs, but it can be used directly as well.

  • docs.rs

    crates.io documentation generator

    First a little formal thing, it's often nice to put the crates.io and docs.rs links at the top of the readme, the API of the lib is the first thing I take a look at when looking at new stuff.

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  • crates.io

    The Rust package registry

    First a little formal thing, it's often nice to put the crates.io and docs.rs links at the top of the readme, the API of the lib is the first thing I take a look at when looking at new stuff.

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