An intuitive feature-rich terminal tool for monitoring MySQL in real-timeSee in GitHub
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Textual apps run in the terminal and can be deployed on the web
Use your existing Python skills to build sophisticated apps in a fraction of the time. No need to learn a new web stack every month.
Textual apps run on macOS, Linux, and Windows — from single board computer to the most powerful server. Locally, or over SSH.
Turn your terminal app in to a web application with no additional code. Share your Textual apps with a URL. Serve your apps from any internet connected device.
As straightforward and efficient to use as they are to build
Lean text-based applications are ideal for many use-cases
Textual apps can be an entry point into an organisation’s infrastructure, providing an interface to existing processes and tools.
The realtime nature of Textual apps makes them particularly useful for monitoring the running of various processes.
Textual apps can run where other apps can't, which makes them ideal for device configuration.
Coming soon: Embed Textual apps in your Jupyter notebooks!
Textual applications can be embedded within web pages, providing additional services to back-end tools.
Textual has the most beautiful Python API that I've ever seen. The expressivity of Python is because the goal is "pseudocode you can execute" and I truly think Textual *gets* it
1:00 AM - Sep 17, 2023
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