What is Charm?
It is a set of tools that makes adding a backend to your terminal-based applications fun and easy. Quickly build modern CLI applications without worrying about user accounts, data storage and encryption.
Charm is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
Charm is an open source tool with 1.8K GitHub stars and 54 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Charm's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Charm?
- Charm KV: an embeddable, encrypted, cloud-synced key-value store built on BadgerDB
- Charm FS: a Go fs.FS compatible cloud-based user filesystem
- Charm Crypt: end-to-end encryption for stored data and on-demand encryption for arbitrary data
- Charm Accounts: invisible user account creation and authentication
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