Python TUI framework with mouse support, modular widget system, customizable and rapid terminal markup language and more! (by bczsalba)

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  • Using Textual to Build a ChatGPT TUI App
    4 projects | | 21 Jul 2023
    Several libraries, such as urwid or PyTermGUI, allow the development of TUI applications in Python. For enhancing the functionality and aesthetics of TUI apps, they offer some fundamental and more sophisticated utilities. But there is one package that is truly exceptional and might even be so amazing that it sparks a TUI renaissance (I really wanted to put "TUI renaissance" somewhere in this article).
  • How difficult is ncurses?
    7 projects | /r/commandline | 17 Apr 2023
    There are plenty of terminal UI libraries that are actually nice to work with. For Python, there's Textual and PyTermGUI. For Rust, there's ratatui and Cursive (or, if you want something a bit lower level, crosster or termion). For Go, there's bubbletea.
  • Any Good Recommendations for a Tutorial on PyTermGUI?
    2 projects | /r/commandline | 24 Sep 2022
    Hi. So I got bored, and now I'm making an operating system in Python. (Just something to do.) It's a good excuse to work with TUI's, though. Does anyone have a recommendation for a tutorial on PyTermGUI? I read the docs, but they're a bit daunting, and I don't really understand it. Thanks.
    2 projects | /r/commandline | 24 Sep 2022
    Talking about resources, their docs are pretty good and contains some examples too. Documentation:
  • Ask HN: Are there any high-level TUI tools?
    4 projects | | 2 Jun 2022
  • Menus in Python
    3 projects | /r/Python | 25 May 2022
    I suspect that the reason you didn't find much is that usually people need a whole textual user interface (or TUI). And there's quite a few libraries for those, like pytermgui or textual, and some more low-level tools in that area like prompt-toolkit
  • My TUI now automatically downgrades RGB colors to the richest palette available in your terminal!
    2 projects | /r/Python | 21 Mar 2022
    PyTermGUI, my terminal user interface library has now gained the ability to determine the highest-grade color that can be displayed in the terminal emulator it is running in, so that it can convert anything you would normally not be able to see into a color supported. This calculation is done with human perception of colors and brightness factored in, so it looks surprisingly accurate, even with only 16 colors.
  • PyTermGUI gains the ability to gracefully degrade from RGB to xterm-16color palettes!
    3 projects | /r/commandline | 21 Mar 2022
    My Python-based TUI library, PyTermGUI now has the ability to gracefully degrade any color to the current terminal emulator's capabilities, completely automatically! AFAIK it is one of the first libraries of its kind to gain this feature, as I couldn't really find any implementations of it to base mine from. (That, or I'm just not that great at Google-ing.)
  • Show HN: A modular Python TUI framework with a fast and pretty markup language
    2 projects | | 1 Mar 2022
  • PyTermGUI is getting full in-terminal image support soon!
    2 projects | /r/Python | 26 Feb 2022
    This specific part of the code is not on GitHub at the moment as there is a lot of experimenting going on, but it will be pushed as the new APIs mature and I clean the code up.
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bczsalba/pytermgui is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of pytermgui is Python.

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