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If Bob Ross were a #golang programmer, he would probably be using termenv for his happy little CLI accidents.

In other news, termenv v0.8.0 is out!

More here:

πŸ“¦ Just released, πŸ§‹ Bubble Tea 0.13.0

This release adds headless support, allowing Bubble Tea apps to double as daemons (or whatever else you'd like, really).

There are a bunch of other nice updates, too. For details see the release notes:

Out now: httpit is a rapid http(s) benchmark tool built on fasthttp and Bubble Tea. Get ready to pummel your web servers for all their worth! πŸ₯Š

πŸ“¦ Just released, πŸ§‹ Bubble Tea 0.12.5

This release makes input β€œjust work” when stuff is piped into your Bubble Tea programs. So pipe away!

For details see the release notes:

πŸ“‰πŸ¦ What’s up with the stocks? Now you can keep an eye on them from the comfort and safely of your CLI with Ticker by Ani Channarasappa. Built with Bubble Tea!

πŸ“¦ Just released: πŸ§‹ Bubble Tea 0.12.4

Hot on the heels of Friday’s release, today’s mini-release adds a `tea.Sequentially` helper command, useful for executing several commands in order.

For details, see the release notes:

πŸ“¦ Just released: πŸ§‹ Bubble Tea 0.12.3

This release contains small but powerful improvements to the library including a rendering improvement, the ability to set custom input and output, and more.

πŸ‘€ For details, see the release notes: boosted

πŸ“¦ Just released: 🍑 Bubbles 0.7.6

This release features a simple, flexible, and customizable progress bar for your terminal apps.

For details, see the release notes:

πŸ“¦ Just released: ❄️ Glow 1.3.0, Holiday Anniversary Edition

This release contains lots of UX improvements, most notably, your stuff is now organized into tabs.

To update check your fave package manager or download a binary from the releases page.

πŸ“¦ Just released: πŸŒ™ Charm 0.8.5, which contains improvements to SSH key operations and subtle UX enhancements.

Check your fave package manager for updates or get a binary from the releases page. Don’t forget that πŸŒ™ Charm’s available as a library, too.

πŸ“¦ Just shipped: Glow 1.2.1. Filtering just went from πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈ to πŸš€!

Now you can filter through thousands of markdown files being loaded on the fly! Grab the update for some major performance optimizations and extra smooth UI improvements.

πŸ“¦ Just released: 🌟 Glow 1.2, which features fuzzy filtering. Just press / to find your fave markdowns.

Get the update from your favorite package manager, or download a binary from the releases page:

πŸ“¦ Just released: 🍑 Bubbles v0.7.5, which contains timing improvements to spinners as well as some additional design choices.

For details, see the release notes:

πŸ“¦ Just released: Bubbles v0.7.2

This version contains a number of detail-oriented fixes and improvements to Textinput, Viewport, and Paginator.

Just `go get -u` to get these improvements ✌️

For the full changelog see:

Out now: Glow 1.1.0 🎊

🌟 Config File
Find yourself entering the same flags over and over? Not anymore: glow now supports a config file! See β€œglow help config”.

🌟 Local-Only Mode
You can now use glow without the network if you fancy. See β€œglow help”.

Incredible work by trashhalo and @fribbledom rendering graphics in the terminal with Bubble Tea. 🌈

Check out the before and after where they utilize old school BBS style rendering techniques to double the vertical resolution:

Hi!! We just launched Glow 1.0, a big update to our CLI markdown reader:

πŸ‘€ Find all markdown in a project
🌈 Integrated high-performance pager
🐿 Stash your docs in Mr. Charm Cloud to read anywhere
πŸ— Stashed stuff is private and encrypted

Get it:

πŸ‘€ We’re thrilled to see Glamour, our customizable markdown rendering engine, integrated into @github’s official CLI πŸŽ‰

πŸ’„πŸ‘‰ Glamour

πŸ”₯ Hot new plugin for glow:

Preview markdown directly in your neovim buffer!

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