Below you'll see some screenshots of Tapir in action, and some screenshots of small sample applications created in a few seconds with Tapir's powerful but easy-to-use interface
Apps created with Tapir can be configured according to your needs. You can easily set copyright notices, version numbering, bundle identifier, signatures and more.
Using the actions menu in the Tapir interface, you can set your application to perform certain actions when menu items in your menu are selected:
Here we have a Tapir Menu Application created to display the output of the command
df -h, which lists the disk space used on your volumes:
Below, we have a menu that displays the output of the command
ps cx. This menu application can be configured to quit the selected process by just adding a little scripting code.
Finally, Tapir Menu Apps need not display command output only when pressed. They can be configured to execute a given command or script periodically, and display the output of that command in the title of the menu itself. Here, for example, we see a "Date" menu item implemented using Tapir with the command "