I developed TUI tool for Docker.
If you interested, please read this and use it.
I'm waiting for your impressions.
18 thoughts on “I Developed TUI tool for Docker.”
TUI isn’t a common acronym. You make no attempt here or on your page to define “TUI”.
What is a TUI?
Really good work ! I’m looking forward to test it when I get home.
the name seems a bit off, is is not an ui about something related to a documentation (doc abreviation).
regarding the production I don’t know any real world use case for this. if I use a terminal, i’ll use the CLI, otherwise portainer does a nice job for a web interface to docker
Love it 🙂
This is awesome, thanks!
Nice. Great work. So like a terminal gui version of portainer?
The time and effort you’ve put in to making this accessible, and useful are clear. Thanks.
You should have called it docker-top. But the ability to create and stuff kind of breaks the mold to call it that. Neat contribution. Thanks for sharing.
I will try this tomorrow as soon as I get to work.
Awesome! I have been playing around with [dockly](https://github.com/lirantal/dockly) and yours looks much more usable on the day to day.
Downvote for making up an acronym.
Great idea for a tool! I’ll be giving it a good crack soon
ayy lmao thanks, i will try latter
How does this compare to CTOP?
Looks cool, I’ll try it. What does “TUI” stand for?
Going to test this thoroughly later.
Wondering if there is possibility to make a configuration file, that I could bookmark docker images. So it would be even easier to manage own settings etc.
Thanks for releasing this. I see myself using it in the future.