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Terminal

Terminal is a text based user interface.

Enter "date" to display the current date, "greet {0}" for a message, "random" to get a random number and "clear" to clear all commands.

Welcome to PrimeReact
primereact $ 
Import via Module

import { Terminal } from 'primereact/terminal';
import { TerminalService } from 'primereact/terminalservice';
 
Import via CDN

<script src="https://unpkg.com/primereact/core/core.min.js"></script>
<script src="https://unpkg.com/primereact/terminal/terminal.min.js"></script>
 
Getting Started

Commands are processed using an EventBus implementation called TerminalService. Import this service into your component and subscribe to the command event to process the commands by sending replies with the response event. Also, all commands can be cleared using the clear event


export const TerminalDemo = () => {

    const commandHandler = (text) => {
        let response;
        let argsIndex = text.indexOf(' ');
        let command = argsIndex !== -1 ? text.substring(0, argsIndex) : text;

        switch (command) {
            case 'date':
                response = 'Today is ' + new Date().toDateString();
                break;

            case 'greet':
                response = 'Hola ' + text.substring(argsIndex + 1) + '!';
                break;

            case 'random':
                response = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100);
                break;

            case 'clear':
                response = null;
                break;

            default:
                response = 'Unknown command: ' + command;
                break;
        }

        if (response) {
            TerminalService.emit('response', response);
        }
        else {
            TerminalService.emit('clear');
        }
    }

    useEffect(() => {
        TerminalService.on('command', commandHandler);

        return () => {
            TerminalService.off('command', commandHandler);
        }
    }, []);

    return (
        <Terminal welcomeMessage="Welcome to PrimeReact" prompt="primereact $" />
    );
}
 
Properties

Any property as style and class are passed to the main container element. Following are the additional properties to configure the component.

NameTypeDefaultDescription
idstringnullUnique identifier of the element.
classNamestringnullStyle class of the element.
styleobjectnullInline style of the element.
welcomeMessagestringnullInitial text to display on terminal.
promptstringnullPrompt text for each command.
Styling

Following is the list of structural style classes, for theming classes visit theming page.

NameElement
p-terminalContainer element.
p-terminal-contentContent of terminal.
p-terminal-promptPrompt text.
p-terminal-responseCommand response.
p-terminal-inputInput element to enter commands.
Dependencies

None.

Component Scale

Input Style

Ripple Effect

Free Themes

Built-in component themes created by the PrimeReact Theme Designer.

Bootstrap
Blue
Purple
Blue
Purple
Material Design
Indigo
Deep Purple
Indigo
Deep Purple
Material Design Compact
Indigo
Deep Purple
Indigo
Deep Purple
Tailwind
Tailwind Light
Fluent UI
Blue
PrimeOne Design - 2022 NEW
Lara Indigo
Lara Blue
Lara Purple
Lara Teal
Lara Indigo
Lara Blue
Lara Purple
Lara Teal
PrimeOne Design - 2021
Saga Blue
Saga Green
Saga Orange
Saga Purple
Vela Blue
Vela Green
Vela Orange
Vela Purple
Arya Blue
Arya Green
Arya Orange
Arya Purple
Premium Themes

Premium themes are only available exclusively for PrimeReact Theme Designer subscribers and therefore not included in PrimeReact core.

Soho Light
Soho Dark
Viva Light
Viva Dark
Mira
Nano

Legacy Free Themes

Nova
Nova Alt
Nova Accent
Luna Blue
Luna Green
Luna Amber
Luna Pink
Rhea

Premium Create-React-App Templates

Beautifully crafted premium create-react-app application templates by the PrimeTek design team.

Sakai
Atlantis
Freya
Ultima
Diamond
Sapphire
Serenity
Babylon
Avalon
Apollo
Roma