In the current version of the decentralized application, there is a CLI to create a Continuous Organisation.
At the end of the script, the CLI hosts a web server to deliver a web interface. This interface allows to burn/mint tokens.
I think a CLI was a good idea to deliver a prototype as fast as possible, but I consider that the CLI should be deleted in a short term, in order to have only a web application.
My arguments are the following:
Development time of a webapp is far from being ridiculous high. Using a nice framework and existing codes allow to a have a nice, usable and easy-to-maintain interface.
A CLI is an important source of friction for users. It requires to use a terminal and to install packages on your own, which strongly limites the number of users being able to create a CO.
Using as few programming languages/interfaces as possible is a good start to reduce the risk of security breaches.