Bit alternatives and similar modules
Based on the "Command-line utilities" category.
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Commander.js9.4 8.6 Bit VS Commander.jsnode.js command-line interfaces made easy
Ink9.3 8.9 Bit VS Ink🌈 React for interactive command-line apps
oclif8.2 9.1 Bit VS oclifNode.js Open CLI Framework. Built by Salesforce.
listr6.5 0.0 L5 Bit VS listrTerminal task list
DraftLog5.2 0.0 Bit VS DraftLog📜 Create mutable log lines into the terminal, and give life to your logs!
conf5.2 3.2 L5 Bit VS confSimple config handling for your app or module
terminal-image4.8 0.0 Bit VS terminal-imageDisplay images in the terminal
gradient-string4.7 0.0 Bit VS gradient-string:rainbow: Beautiful color gradients in terminal output
terminal-link4.2 2.1 Bit VS terminal-linkCreate clickable links in the terminal
cli-table33.8 0.0 Bit VS cli-table3Pretty unicode tables for the command line
Cliffy3.0 0.0 Bit VS CliffyNodeJS Framework for Interactive CLIs
term-size2.2 0.0 Bit VS term-sizeReliably get the terminal window size
cli-truncate1.7 0.0 Bit VS cli-truncateTruncate a string to a specific width in the terminal
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They vary from L1 to L5 with "L5" being the highest.
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It’s built to end monolithic applications and unlock a distributed form of development that is far more scalable, collaborative, and consistent.
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It provides features such as Workspace, Components, Dev Environments, Scopes, and Dependencies (which allow the composition of components and collaboration between developers).
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