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GitHub CLI on GitPod 🍊

What is GitHub CLI? It is GitHub’s official command line tool. It brings pull requests, issues, and other GitHub concepts to the terminal next to where you are already working with git and your code. So, Recently GitHub CLI made a new update to Run Your GitHub Workflow Files through Command Line. What is GitPod? […]

How to design your Laravel models fast in 2022 with Fluidbm

In this tutorial, I will show you how to design your Laravel Models fast using Fluidbm. 👨‍💻 ⚡ Fluidbm is a free Laravel schema designer that syncs your online model designs to your project using a cli. No download and copy-pasting files anymore. Just run “fluidbm pull” and the job is done. 😊 Let’s get […]

Flask Internals

Hello Coders! This article presents a few commands we can execute inside the Flask Shell that might help us understand the structure and the business logic of a legacy web app. We might need this when we start working on a new project designed or coded in the past or when our own web app […]

Things you might not know about Windows Terminal

With Microsoft announcing that Windows Terminal will be the new default terminal, I wanted to take the time to share some of the things you might not know about the new default. Launch anything You can configure Windows Terminal with various profiles that let you launch into any program you want. Say you needed to […]

Build CLI Quiz App with nodeJs

In this blog, we will build a Food Fact CLI Quiz App in JavaScript. We will use repl.it to write a program. We will use two npm modules readlineSync -It will have a conversation with the user via a console. chalk: It is used for Terminal string styling and adding colors. Planning our CLI App: […]

Linux / Ubuntu CLI(Command Line Interface) for beginners

What is Ubuntu and Linux? To start with, I had the same question myself because I had no idea so I am adding this link. What is difference between Ubuntu and Linux? Linux as an operating system (although it is actually a kernel but we don’t need to get into that Linux Just like Windows, […]

Crafting an interactive Node CLI tool from absolute scratch 🔥

In this blog tutorial, you will learn how to create your very own Command Line Interface using Node.js, where we will attempt to automatically fetch the pre-configured JavaScript and various other frameworks boilerplate initial project templates. So, What is Node CLI? CLI tools enable you to perform specific tasks or operations directly from your terminal […]

Get lazy with lazygit

As a developer, my assumption is: You are working with Git literally every hour. But I wonder, how many times you felt the necessity of a tool that makes the repetitive commands/steps a bit more convenient for the things like: Seeing the diff Quickly stage/unstage files Seeing the logs A tool to quickly open PR […]

Developing My Own Node CLI Tool! And YOU can Contribute

I made a CLI Tool and You Can contribute! Basically I’m really excited about writing packages. I just created this small tool called bring-me! This basic cli tool just brings you libraries to your current working directory directly from its cdn! You can also add libraries to the repertoir of libraries you have saved for […]

Symfony Station Communique - 19 November 2021. A Look at Symfony and PHP News.

This post originally appeared on Symfony Station. Welcome to this week’s Symfony Station Communique. It’s your weekly review of the most valuable and essential news in the Symfony and PHP development communities. This week it’s pretty extensive, so take your time and peruse it for the most valuable items. Thanks to Javier Eguiluz and Symfony […]

Build a CLI App with Oclif and Node.js Using Test-Driven Development: Part 2

TDD for building a CLI application using the oclif framework. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

How to use Github CLI in 7 commands

Open project in Github List all issues Create new issue List all PRs Check PR status Merge PR into main Switch between branches Github CLI installed? Check by running gh version Or install Github CLI 1. Open project in Github Open the github homepage of the current project in the browser. gh browse Github CLI’s […]

How to use Github CLI in 7 commands

Open project in Github List all issues Create new issue List all PRs Check PR status Merge PR into main Switch between branches Github CLI installed? Check by running gh version Or install Github CLI 1. Open project in Github Open the github homepage of the current project in the browser. gh browse Github CLI’s […]

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How to Get Started Building Command Line Interface (CLI) Applications

Learn how to build a simple command line interface (CLI) application Continue reading on Level Up Coding » Source: Level Up Coding

GitHub CLI extension to preview README.md

Have you ever thought want to preview README.md before push to GitHub? I built the GitHub CLI extension to make it come true. It named gh-markdown-preview. https://github.com/yusukebe/gh-markdown-preview Features NO-dependencies – You need gh command only. Zero-configuration – You don’t have to set the GitHub access token. Looks exactly the same – You can see same […]

What’s new in HTTPie 2.6.0

Body charset detection If a message’s Content-Type header doesn’t specify charset, HTTPie now auto-detects it from the body content, and then uses this information to correctly display the text on the terminal. # Preview a Big5-encoded request w/o charset in Content-Type: echo ‘維基大典維基大典維基大典維基大典’ | iconv -f utf8 -t big5 | http –offline pie.dev Content-Type:text/plain Prior […]

How to work with Command Line Arguments and Flags in Golang?

Command Lines arguments are the major or we can say important part of a program if we’re about to hit a feature when running a program to achieve that we uses command line arguments or flag. For Example: If you’ve ever use any command in Operating System each command holds arguments , like if we’re […]

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