At the moment, Hyper is only available for MacOS – download here, Windows and Linux builds are coming very soon.
Considering that is something built with web technologies, in my opinion it has a good performance and speed and there's no big difference for me between using iTerm vs HyperTerm.
This is how my HyperTerm looks. I'm using the materialshell version for HyperTerm hyperterm-materialshell
Developing plugins (themes and packages) it's easy, with
ALT+CMD+I you can open the Web Inspector to see what's going under the hood and style your terminal with only CSS. Take a look at the configuration object to see the options and properties available for customization.
To install a plugin, open the configuration file with
CMD+, and add the plugin name into your
plugins list like this:
Remember! You can contribute to HyperTerm in the GitHub Repository.
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