Artemis lets engineers and scientists make interactive interfaces for their scripts in seconds
Comments, Not Code
Artemis lets you make interfaces featuring inputs, outputs and documentation for your production code while adding nothing more than a few comments we call “anchors.” When you run your program with Artemis, a window like the one below launches in an offline browser window, letting you use and share your interface
We Handle The Hard Part
Artemis reads your anchors and automatically transforms them into interactive interface components. This saves you time that would otherwise be spent coding GUIs by hand.
Artemis In Action
Sometimes it helps to see a video: here’s everything you need to know about how Artemis works and what it’s used for in 90 seconds!
Artemis lets you work more efficiently, instantly creating interfaces for your scripts without adding code or leaving your IDE.
Make your work accessible to others; Artemis interfaces can be exported as self-contained files so your colleagues can use your tools immediately.
Artemis documentation is never stale because it launches from anchors in your codebase that always reflect your most recent changes.
Combine explanatory documentation and live interface elements to onboard new users to your programs, explaining how your code functions at each step.
Get started in under a minute
Install and launch Artemis in two steps from the command-line.