These are a handful of tools to help you diagnose issues in a Linux environment. They're present in pretty much any Linux-based environment.
Laravel doesn't come with a built-in way to run different types of tests. This post will help you create Artisan commands to easily run all your tests.
With a few integrations and customizations, Fzf can help you bring fuzzy find to the command line and every part of your workflow.
With the unix join command, you can process relational data at the command line. Here's a brief introduction on how to use it.
How to build a first-class automation toolset that’s ridiculously easy to use with direnv command line shortcuts. It helps me save focus and time every day.
Piping commands together has never been easier than with the Ultimate Plumber, which allows for interactively chaining multiple commands progressively.
Knowing how to use the command line—and how to use it well—is often a necessary skill. Here are a few command line tools I use every day for productivity.
Cut through tangled jungles of JSON, search massive codebases faster than you can blink, and find files by name with less fuss using these three command line tools.
Scoop feels like Homebrew for Windows. It can also fetch and install packages from the Internet to get you up and running with open-source tools.
My favorite Readline features for improving my workflow on the command line—keyboard shortcuts, long commands, reverse search, and persisting options.
My work often occurs on a remote machine I don't have access to, and it generally must be headless (no GUI). Here's my arsenal of essential CLI utilities.
A Bash script to quickly start and stop multiple processes from the command line during development, while running multiple servers and/or clients.