xplr is »a hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer, stealing ideas from nnn and fzf. «
Shellharden is a shell script syntax highlighter.
Booklet with shell scripting tips and tricks.
This post shows four practical examples of how fzf can improve shell workflows.
tz is a neat little timezone helper for the command-line.
Links is a text-based open-source web browser.
just a command runner, without the overhead of a whole build system.
sq is a tool to inspect, query, join, import, and export data.
»bit is an experimental modernized git CLI built on top of git that provides happy defaults and other niceties.«
Broot allows more comfortable command-line directory listing and browsing.
crog is a command-line file transfer utility.
»Another terminal-based graphical activity monitor.«
https://clig.dev is the home an open-source guide with the intention to help writing better command-line programs. The guide is written in a single Markdown file and served by the popular static-site-generator Hugo.
Alacritty is a cross-platform, GPU-accelerated terminal emulator.
I like using ncdu for quickly getting an idea of the sizes of the individual elements of a directory structure. diskonaut does the same thing but with a visual treemap presentation.
»Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL.«