12 Factor CLI Apps

CLIs are a fantastic way to build products. Unlike web applications, they take a small fraction of the time to build and are much more powerful. With the web, you can do whatever the developer programmed. With CLIs, you can easily mash-up multiple tools together yourself to perform advanced tasks…. Source: https://medium.com/@jdxcode/12-factor-cli-apps-dd3c227a0e46

Tips for using the top command in Linux

Trying to find out what’s running on your machine—and which process is using up all your memory and making things slllooowwww—is a task served well by the utility top. top is an extremely useful program that acts similar to Windows Task Manager or MacOS’s Activity Monitor…. Source: https://opensource.com/article/18/8/top-tips-speed-up-computer

My Favorite Command-Line Shortcuts

I use a shell every day. Almost always, I want to repeat a previous command, or repeat it after a slight modification. A very convenient way is to use arrow-up to get the most recent command back. Another common trick is to type ctrl-r and incrementally search for a previously used command…. Source: https://henrikwarne.com/2018/08/11/my-favorite-command-line-shortcuts/

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How to make beautiful, simple CLI apps with Node

Channel your inner Sindre Sohrus and ship a beautifully simple CLI app using Node. Command line apps are a neat way to package repetitive tasks. This will walk you through some tools that are useful to build CLI apps…. Source: https://codewithhugo.com/how-to-make-beautiful-simple-cli-apps-with-node/

How to Git PR From The Command Line

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency — https://git-scm.com/…. Source: https://hackernoon.com/how-to-git-pr-from-the-command-line-a5b204a57ab1