Freedom of source, Freedom of usage, Freedom of enhancement.
Let's thank back those that provide these helpful tools.
- cli :: bat
Why use cat when you can use bat
A cat(1) clone with wings.
Supports syntax highlight, git integration and has paging like less
- cli :: fzf
Still have to benefit from all the nice things it provides, but for the moment, I massively use it as a history-search (cntrl+r) boost on the terminal.
- certs :: lego
One of the easiest clients for managing Let's Encrypt certificates
Let's Encrypt client and ACME library written in Go
- mocks :: mockserver
Really useful for testing mocks or in my case, in order to provide intranet-available resources for a cloud to journey PoC where connectivity to these resources was not made available yet.
- agile :: fusuma
Just started extensively using the touchtrack and this library made me agile with it.
Multitouch gestures with libinput driver on X11, Linux.
- kubernetes :: kubefwd
Bulk port forwarding Kubernetes services for local development.
gotta love this :D
learning curve its bit hard though, but nothing comes easy with Jenkins, right?