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? In short, it's like Tailwind CSS, but for the PHP command-line applications.

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Termwind

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Termwind allows you to build unique and beautiful PHP command-line applications, using the Tailwind CSS API. In short, it's like Tailwind CSS, but for the PHP command-line applications.

Installation

Requires PHP 8.0+

Require Termwind using Composer:

composer require nunomaduro/termwind

Usage

use function Termwind\{render};

// single line html...
render('<div class="px-1 bg-green-300">Termwind</div>');

// multi-line html...
render(<<<'HTML'
    <div>
        <div class="px-1 bg-green-600">Termwind</div>
        <em class="ml-1">
          Give your CLI apps a unique look
        </em>
    </div>
HTML);

// Laravel or Symfony console commands...
class UsersCommand extends Command
{
    public function handle()
    {
        render(
            view('users.index', [
                'users' => User::all()
            ])
        );
    }
}

style()

The style() function may be used to add own custom styles and also update colors.

use function Termwind\{style};

style('green-300')->color('#bada55');
style('btn')->apply('p-4 bg-green-300 text-white');

render('<div class="btn">Click me</div>');

ask()

The ask() function may be used to prompt the user with a question.

use function Termwind\{ask};

$answer = ask(<<<HTML
    <span class="mt-1 ml-2 mr-1 bg-green px-1 text-black">
        What is your name?
    </span>
HTML);

The return provided from the ask method will be the answer provided from the user.

terminal()

The terminal() function returns an instance of the Terminal class, with the following methods:

  • ->width(): Returns the full width of the terminal.
  • ->height(): Returns the full height of the terminal.
  • ->clear(): It clears the terminal screen.

Classes Supported

All the classes supported use exactly the same logic that is available on tailwindcss.com/docs.

Responsive Design

Like TailwindCSS we also support Responsive Design media queries and this are the breakpoints supported:

  • sm: 64 spaces (640px)
  • md: 76 spaces (768px)
  • lg: 102 spaces (1024px)
  • xl: 128 spaces (1280px)
  • 2xl: 153 spaces (1536px)
render(<<<'HTML'
    <div class="bg-blue-500 sm:bg-red-600">
        If bg is blue is sm, if red > than sm breakpoint.
    </div>
HTML);

All the sizes for the CLI are based on Font Size 15.

HTML Elements Supported

All the elements have the capability to use the class attribute.

<div>

The <div> element can be used as a block type element.

Default Styles: block

render(<<<'HTML'
    <div>This is a div element.</div>
HTML);

<p>

The <p> element can be used as a paragraph.

Default Styles: block

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>This is a paragraph.</p>
HTML);

<span>

The <span> element can be used as an inline text container.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI app built with <span class="text-green-300">Termwind</span>.
    </p>
HTML);

<a>

The <a> element can be used as a hyperlink. It allows to use the href attribute to open the link when clicked.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI app built with Termwind. <a href="/">Click here to open</a>
    </p>
HTML);

<b> and <strong>

The <b>and <strong> elements can be used to mark the text as bold.

Default Styles: font-bold

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI app built with <b>Termwind</b>.
    </p>
HTML);

<i> and <em>

The <i> and <em> elements can be used to mark the text as italic.

Default Styles: italic

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI app built with <i>Termwind</i>.
    </p>
HTML);

<s>

The <s> element can be used to add a line through the text.

Default Styles: line-through

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI app built with <s>Termwind</s>.
    </p>
HTML);

<br>

The <br> element can be used to do a line break.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <p>
        This is a CLI <br>
        app built with Termwind.
    </p>
HTML);

<ul>

The <ul> element can be used for an unordered list. It can only accept <li> elements as childs, if there is another element provided it will throw an InvalidChild exception.

Default Styles: block, list-disc

render(<<<'HTML'
    <ul>
        <li>Item 1</li>
        <li>Item 2</li>
    </ul>
HTML);

<ol>

The <ol> element can be used for an ordered list. It can only accept <li> elements as childs, if there is another element provided it will throw an InvalidChild exception.

Default Styles: block, list-decimal

render(<<<'HTML'
    <ol>
        <li>Item 1</li>
        <li>Item 2</li>
    </ol>
HTML);

<li>

The <li> element can be used as a list item. It should only be used as a child of <ul> and <ol> elements.

Default Styles: block, list-decimal

render(<<<'HTML'
    <ul>
        <li>Item 1</li>
    </ul>
HTML);

<dl>

The <dl> element can be used for a description list. It can only accept <dt> or <dd> elements as childs, if there is another element provided it will throw an InvalidChild exception.

Default Styles: block

render(<<<'HTML'
    <dl>
        <dt>? Termwind</dt>
        <dd>Give your CLI apps a unique look</dd>
    </dl>
HTML);

<dt>

The <dt> element can be used as a description title. It should only be used as a child of <dl> elements.

Default Styles: block, font-bold

render(<<<'HTML'
    <dl>
        <dt>? Termwind</dt>
    </dl>
HTML);

<dd>

The <dd> element can be used as a description title. It should only be used as a child of <dl> elements.

Default Styles: block, ml-4

render(<<<'HTML'
    <dl>
        <dd>Give your CLI apps a unique look</dd>
    </dl>
HTML);

<hr>

The <hr> element can be used as a horizontal line.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <div>
        <div>? Termwind</div>
        <hr>
        <p>Give your CLI apps a unique look</p>
    </div>
HTML);

<table>

The <table> element can have columns and rows.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <table>
        <thead>
            <tr>
                <th>Task</th>
                <th>Status</th>
            </tr>
        </thead>
        <tr>
            <th>Termwind</th>
            <td>✓ Done</td>
        </tr>
    </table>
HTML);

<pre>

The <pre> element can be used as preformatted text.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <pre>
        Text in a pre element
        it preserves
        both      spaces and
        line breaks
    </pre>
HTML);

<code>

The <code> element can be used as code highlighter. It accepts line and start-line attributes.

render(<<<'HTML'
    <code line="22" start-line="20">
        try {
            throw new \Exception('Something went wrong');
        } catch (\Throwable $e) {
            report($e);
        }
    </code>
HTML);

Termwind is an open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.

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