You can download the new Beta release (version 0.9.9).
- DeskJS in Light theme
- The prompt box in Light theme
- DeskJS in Dark theme
- The prompt box in Dark theme
But for some reason, there was a need to have a rather simple, small, portable, and unique application as compared to the few tools developed. Not only was such a tool needed for the experienced, but also (and majorly) for beginners whom I really treasure in everything that I build. That’s where we all begin no matter how experienced we might be right now. ..
So I embarked on developing such a tool considering the design principles of simplicity, beauty, convenience, productivity and performance. A tool that would be rich and dynamic enough to fit into anyone’s personality. And so it evolved and was called DeskJS, to match with where it will be run on which is the Desktop.
Some of its core features include:
- Creating, editing and saving snippets of code
- Supports themes for customizing the entire console
- Commands persistence or saving of console commands
- Supports shortcut keys for typically all features
- Allows pinning the application to the System Tray
- Includes additional built-in APIs designed to enhance scripting in Windows
Hope you enjoy DeskJS as it continues to progress in its developments!
I’d be glad to hear any of your comments, questions, or suggestions below.