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🧳 Suitcase 1.0-alpha - Shortcuts for macOS (kind of)

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Introducing Suitcase, a flexible command line tool for instantly deploying user interfaces for simple commands and scripts. Its a bit like Workflow for macOS, but all done ont he command line.

https://github.com/Impedimenta/Suitcase

Features include:

  • Creating; labels, text fields and buttons
  • Creating Menus and Submenus
  • Exporting archives (that will run with a double click)
  • Multiple commands per action
  • Pipe command and output the result to the window

Videos:

Here are some links to Tweets with videos:

https://twitter.com/rjstelling/status/1254391686253416449

https://twitter.com/rjstelling/status/1254174308911460352

https://twitter.com/rjstelling/status/1254752383386730503

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