Conclusive, a command line client for Plausible.io, the open and privacy-respecting analytics platform.
A while ago I wrote about how I dropped
Google from my
infrastructure and with that I got rid of their
analytics service. I initially chose Fathom to replace
it on all my sites and services, but eventually switched to
Plausible.io. The main reason for this was the lack of
an official API on Fathom.
Plausible Analytics on the other hand offers a stats API that is beautifully lightweight and easy to integrate with.
Since I’m more of a CLI/TUI person, I decided to check it out and try to build a command line interface for it, that would offer me the same set of information in the terminal, that their website offers in the browser.
Say “Hello” to Conclusive
I wrote a lightweight API client in Rust, which displays the most important bits
of information in a TUI that uses
tui-rs to render.
Conclusive on GitHub
conclusive is available on GitHub and runs on macOS, BSD and Linux. And
maybe even Plan9 or Windows, I didn’t really try.