Generalized interface for keyboard-based interaction

Launchlet is a simple way to add a name to snippets of code and then run it. Inspired by Quicksilver, it functions primarily via mouseless interaction and lets you access your Recipes with a few keyboard strokes. You can also use it to personalize websites with custom CSS or JavaScript. Optimized to be fast so that you can 'think then do'.

You can run Launchlet as a bookmarklet, browser extension, or as a module in your own project to add a 'jump to' functionality.

The code is open-source and available on GitHub.

The project is freely accessible but if you are in a position to give, please donate to support future development.


There is also an app where you can compose a launcher personalized with your own Recipes.


Go to app


Commit mode

Presents a list of options and runs on Enter. Try any of the following options:

Preview mode

Presents a list of options and runs on select. Try jumping through the headings in this document:

Pipe mode

Organizes items into subjects and actions. Try

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