What are your favorite dev tools?

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When coding anything up from a blueprint to a complete product, you may use a number of tools to help you boost your productivity.
Lets discuss

Mine are:

  • IDE (Intellij IDEA, Pycharm)
  • Code Editors (Vscode)
  • Terminal and terminal emutalors (Zsh, tilix)
  • OS (Ubuntu budgie)
  • API tester (postman)
  • Project management application (Trello)
  • Version control (git)
  • Package managers (npm,yarn, pip, apt)
  • CI/CD (Jenkins,circleci)
  • Automatic dependency management (renovatebot)
  • Online version control (Github and Gitlab)
  • Conterization (docker, docker-compose)

Thanks a million for your comments!

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Mine are:

  • IDE (AndroidStudio, Intellij IDEA)
  • Code Editors (Vscode, notepad++)
  • Terminal and terminal emutalors (tilix)
  • OS (Ubuntu budgie/Kubuntu at work)
  • API tester (postman)
  • Project management application (Jira/HacknPlan at home for gamedev)
  • Version control (git cmd and gitkraken)
  • Package managers (just apt)
  • CI/CD (Jenkins)
  • no Automatic dependency management
  • Online version control (Github and Gitlab)
 
 

Mine are:

  • no IDE
  • Code Editors (VIM)
  • Terminal and terminal emutalors (Console with ZSH, Fira Code & font ligatures)
  • OS (Archlinux)
  • API tester (insomnia)
  • Project management application (GitHub Projects)
  • Version control (git)
  • Package managers (npm, pacman, yay, elm)
  • CI/CD (TravisCI, GitHub Actions)
  • Containerization (Docker, Docker Compose)
  • Online version control (Github and Gitlab)
 
 

Mine are:

Command line tools

  • HTTP client - httpie
  • terminal UI for git commands - lazygit
  • task manager and notes collector - taskbook
  • interactive filtering - percol
  • terminal JSON viewer - fx
  • retrieve an answer to some programming question - cheat.sh
  • etc

GUI apps / web services

  • IDE - vscode
  • Markdown-based note-taking app - notable
  • Online version control - Github, BitBucket and Gitlab
  • CI/CD - TravisCI, CircleCI
  • Project management - trello
  • Multiple API documentations - devdocs.io
  • etc
 

Visual Studio, Xcode, Vim, Terminal.app, bash, macOS, Windows 10, Trello, Jira, git, brew, Jenkins, Github.

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