mangadesk - Terminal client for MangaDex
This client retrieves information straight from MangaDex v5's API.
As the API is still a WIP, some changes (probably breaking) might be expected.
- Download chapters straight to your computer.
- Login to keep track of your followed manga.
- Keep track of already downloaded manga.
- Download multiple chapters together.
- Responsive UI (kind of)
- Written in Golang :)
Works for Windows/Linux/macOS.
This application runs as a standalone executable, and does not install itself.
Check out the releases page for relevant files. To update, just download the latest release.
For bleeding edge
git clone https://github.com/darylhjd/mangadesk.git cd mangadesk go get -d ./... go build
NOTE: The application will create a
usr folder to store your credentials/configurations. This folder is located in the same directory
as where you run the application.
To uninstall, simply delete the executable and its related folders and files (namely, the
Your downloads will not be removed by deleting the executable.
To run the application, navigate to the directory where you stored the executable, and run the following command:
Steps may differ for different OSes. For example, in Windows, use a forward slash
|Login/Logout||Ctrl + L||All|
|Keybindings/Help||Ctrl + K||All|
|Search||Ctrl + S||All|
|Next/Prev Page||Ctrl + F/B||Some|
|Select multiple chapters||Ctrl + E||Manga Page|
|Toggle select all||Ctrl + A||Manga Page|
You may change the appropriate settings in the
usr_config.json file, which is stored in the
By default, all downloads are stored in a folder titled
You can change this by changing the
By default, only English (
en) translated chapters are shown.
You may change your desired language(s) through the
languages field. Please use
comma-separated ISO language codes.
Valid options are
data (high quality) and
data-saver (lower quality).
Any other empty/invalid option will default to
Force Port 443
Valid options are
false. It is
false by default.
true if you are having trouble downloading or are using networks that block traffic to non-standard ports
(such as school/office networks).
Check out the Issues page for current issues/feature requests.
Always welcome and appreciated :)
Please take some time to familiarise yourself with the contributing guidelines.
- Creating TUIs with tview/tcell.
- Working with the filesystem in Golang.
- Goroutines & Context.
- Go Project structure.