Autojump is a tool that learns your most frequented directories and allows you to switch to them by using a shortcut.
exa is a modern replacement for
ls with very nice outputs.
You can use
pbpaste to pipe the output of your commands to your clipboard and read from there
cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | pbcopy pbpaste > file.txt
tldr is a collection of cheat sheets for console commands.
With howdoi you can browse the internet for coding snippets right from your terminal.
rebound is a command-line tool that instantly fetches Stack Overflow results when an exception in your Python code is thrown.
jq handles JSON on the command line.
icdiff is a visual diffing tool for your terminal.
Think of peco as a realtime
ack is like
grep but faster and more user friendly.
httpie is like postman in your console window.
pgcli is like DataGrip on your terminal.
tig is a visual git client on the console.
ttygif is a tool to create animated gifs from your terminal sessions.
If you’re using macOS and depending on your screen resolution, you might need to chop some pixels to remove window decorations. I did this like so.
convert tty.gif -coalesce -repage 0x0 -gravity North -chop 0x38 +repage tty.gif