The Rust programming language was used to create Warp AI, a terminal emulator that can function as a contemporary app. The application promotes efficiency and includes contemporary features, such as an input that resembles a code editor and has selections, cursor positioning, and completion menus.
Additionally, Warp has an AI Command Search feature that uses GPT-3 to translate natural language into executable shell commands. Blocks of command outputs are also built with quick and simple scrolling, error highlighting, and copying and pasting of text in mind.
Additionally backward-compatible, Warp AI supports well-known themes like Dracula and Solarized and works right out of the box with zsh, fish, and bash. Warp AI’s built-in completions can be altered or made specifically for your preferred CLI or workflow.
Users can design and share their own themes, workflows, or completion specifications, and it is highly customizable. Developers that prioritize quick, effective, personalized terminals with a contemporary edge and who value privacy and security will be interested in Warp AI.