Vue for interactive command-line apps

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Temir is a Vue for interactive command-line apps.

Temir provides the same component-based UI building experience that Vue offers in the browser, but for command-line apps. It uses Yoga to build Flexbox layouts in the terminal, so most CSS-like props are available in Temir as well. If you are already familiar with Vue, you already know Temir. Since Temir is a Vue renderer, it means that most of the features of Vue are supported. Head over to Vue website for documentation on how to use it. Only Temir’s methods will be documented in this readme.

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