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Build a Terminal Dashboard with React

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Elijah Manor
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In this collection of lessons we will create a developer dashboard in the terminal using react-blessed and react-blessed-contrib. We will discuss various ways to layout the dashboard, show how to change fonts, style with colors, and position text within each widget. Then we will shift focus on creating some widgets to display developer content such as an interactive time log, a pomodoro timer, displaying recent commits, currently running docker containers, and more. Once you know the basics you can create a widget of your own to add to the dashboard.

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    What did you like about this course?

    I like been exposed to blessed, specially through react which makes building CLI apps way easier with widgets and a grid system

    Efrén Carbajal
    5 months ago
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    introductory approach to a little covered topic

    Jeff Storey
    a year ago

Course Content

51m • 10 lessons

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