Using Git in the terminal improves Git understanding and expressivity, reduces IDE reliance, and provides a better developer experience.
Color can help humans pick out useful information in a sea of output. Adding color to your shell scripts portably is actually pretty easy.
Like many developers, I used iTerm2 for all my terminal needs, but a coworker recently told me about a new terminal called Warp that's built in Rust.
Today, I'll talk about killer features I can't live without in a terminal emulator and why iTerm2 is the best choice for you.
I recently decided to write my own Terminal Wordle and used Ink, a library that lets you build Terminal UI apps using the same patterns as web apps.
I ran into a problem when VS Code would open on startup and after I logged into my OS. One solution turned out to involve lazy loading.
I try to maintain a work-life balance by separating tools like my browser and terminal. I hope these tips help you keep an organized and balanced desktop.
Using marks in Apple's Terminal make it easy to copy command output, revisit important history, and clear out unimportant history.
fish shell uses functions to decrease the reliance on a monolithic config file. It's this approach to functions that makes fish unique.
An update to an AppleScript script that can be triggered from MacVim to find a specific iTerm2 tab for running focused tests.
wemux is a script that simplifies the management of shared tmux sessions.
As a professional problem solver, I spend a considerable portion of my day working at a command prompt within a terminal multiplexer called tmux.