Compact applications launcher for Ubuntu.
- minimalistic design
- suggestions on TAB button
- suggestions respect usage statistics
- run printed command in the terminal if not found in the index
- history of any run commnads.
The application list generates from:
- main menu shortcuts
- any commands what were run before.
There are 3 ways to install the application:
sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm=true flap-app-launcher #Note: "--unsafe-perm=true" is needed because of this: https://github.com/npm/npm/issues/17268
Run anywhere with
Download *.deb package:
Down load from latest release page. Or execute in the bash:
# for x86_64 wget https://github.com/antonfisher/flap-app-launcher/releases/download/v1.1.2/flap-app-launcher_1.1.2_x64.deb sudo dpkg -i flap-app-launcher_1.1.2_x64.deb flap-app-launcher # for ia32 wget https://github.com/antonfisher/flap-app-launcher/releases/download/v1.1.2/flap-app-launcher_1.1.2_ai32.deb sudo dpkg -i flap-app-launcher_1.1.2_ia32.deb flap-app-launcher
From sources (for development):
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:antonfisher/flap-app-launcher.git cd flap-app-launcher npm install npm run lint npm test npm start # production mode npm run dev # development mode
The config file will be created after first application run.
To change default hotkey edit the config file:
# for npm or binaries installation: vim ~/.flap-app-launcher.config.json # for source code installation: vim %SOURCE_DIR%/.flap-app-launcher.config.json
NOTE: single hotkeys (like just
Super) are not supported now.
Add to the autorun on Ubuntu
The Command must be:
- for NPM installation:
- for binaries installation:
- automate build binaries
- tests coverage
- configuration file
- configuration window
- automate release process
- driver for iOS/Win (?)
- add google apps support