It has been treating me well so far. My previous terminal was iTerm2 (which was great by the way), but I want to try something new. To experiment, perhaps.
Powering behind Hyper is Electron, an open-source technology built for speed and performance.
No need to explain this part. But seriously though, Hyper has got to be up there in terms of best design of a terminal.
Everything you’d want to configure for Hyper is on this single file:
hyper.js. Treat it like our familiar
package.json file for Node.
Say you want to add a plugin. Install it via
npm. Then just do add a value to the array:
plugins: [ 'hyperline' ]
Hit Save! That’s it 🔥
If you’re looking for more, Tierney Cyren’s Awesome Hyper repository has a growing list of Hyper plugins, extensions, themes, and more 🔥!