Thanks for your response. Regarding Hyper’s underlying technology — yes, it does share much in common with VS Code. Both VS Code (the entire program, not just the terminal), and Hyper are built using electron-(JS, CSS, HTML wrapper for cross-platform GUI desktop applications).
Regarding cross-platform use of zsh, I guess it depends on what you’re doing, but I don’t see any reason why most, if not all of what you’re in bash wouldn’t work just fine in zsh, or at least have a direct equivalency.
For working on Windows, cmder is a great shell application, as is babun, hyper, etc. There is a difference, though, between a shell application, and your system’s default unix shell (bash, zsh, fish, etc). This article is primarily targeted towArds MacOS, but if you have WSL (Windows subsystem for Linux) installed on your Windows pc, there’s no reason that you couldn’t mirror the shell experience outlined in the article.
Hope that clarified some things — thanks for reading.