Make your Python scripts more user friendly with loading animations
pynimbar is a Python package that provides a simple and customizable loading animation for console-based applications. The package allows you to create loading animations with custom text, as well as adjust the animation speed and style.
You can install
pynimbar using pip:
pip install pynimbar
pynimbar provides a context manager that allows you to use the loading animation as a context manager. This can be useful if you want to ensure that the loading animation is automatically stopped when an error occurs or when your code finishes executing. For example:
from pynimbar import loading_animation from time import sleep with loading_animation('Processing data...'): sleep(5)
You can customize the appearance and behavior of the loading animation using the following parameters:
text(str): The text to display during the animation.
success_msg(str, optional): The text to display when the animation is done. Defaults to
animation_frequency(float, optional): The frequency of the animation. Defaults to
break_on_error(bool, optional): Whether to break on error. Defaults to
verbose_errors(bool, optional): Whether to print the error traceback. Defaults to
frames(str, optional): The frames of the animation. Defaults to
If you have any suggestions or improvements for pynimbar, feel free to submit a pull request or open an issue on the GitHub repository. We appreciate any feedback or contributions!
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