Users of the Spring Shell project can easily build a full featured shell ( aka command line) application by depending on the Spring Shell jars and adding their own commands (which come as methods on spring beans). Creating a command line application can be useful e.g. to interact with your project's REST API, or to work with local file content.
Features Spring Shell's features include
A simple, annotation driven, programming model to contribute custom commands Use of Spring Boot auto-configuration functionality as the basis for a command plugin strategy Tab completion, colorization, and script execution Customization of command prompt, shell history file name, handling of results and errors Dynamic enablement of commands based on domain specific criteria Integration with the bean validation API Already built-in commands, such as clear screen, gorgeous help, exit ASCII art Tables, with formatting, alignment, fancy borders, etc.
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