When comparing FireCMD vs hyper, the Slant community recommends hyper for most people. In the question“What are the best terminal emulators for Windows?” hyper is ranked 15th while FireCMD is ranked 17th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Sophisticated auto-completion
FireCMD supports command auto-completion. Once you start typing a command, you can press the
tab key to auto-complete it.
Pro Recursive and persistent aliases
FireCMD allows users to create up to 500 aliases.
Pro HTML and CSS support makes for greater usability
HTML is a very flexible and user-friendly language for writing web pages, while CSS allows for the content of a HTML document to be separated from the style and layout of that document.
Pro A free trial is available
A free trial of FireCMD is available for users to try out.
Pro Cross-platform due to electron browser-based foundation
Pro Built on electron, supports split panels and plugins
Con Not free
Although there's a free trial available, FireCDM is not free and costs $29.
Con Made with Electron
It uses a considerable amount of resources, compared to other offerings.
Con Incorrect rendering
Terminal window has visual artifacts.
Con No configuration UI; all options must be set via JSON
Con Still maturing as of December 2016
Folks noticed some issues in the 1.0 release cited here.