cheat.sh - community driven cheat sheets

Want to access community-driven repositories of cheat sheets with the shell command? cheat.sh is the tool you are looking for. Fire up your terminal, and run curl cht.sh to start exploring cheat sheets maintain by various development communities. The command will provide a concise and comprehensive response to your queries instead of dumping multiple search results at you.

cheat.sh - Cmder

cheat.sh usage is pretty straight forward. Follow the query format:

$ curl cht.sh/{language}/{your query}

For example, if you want to refer cheat sheet of posting a JSON request in Go, command to query the cht.sh will be:

$ curl cht.sh/go/post-json
cheat.sh - Go Post Json

And similarly, for C#, command will be:

$ curl cht.sh/csharp/post-json
cheat.sh - C# Post Json

Windows Command Prompt Alternative - Cmder

Cmder - Console Emulator

Till Microsoft releases its new Windows Terminal, there is not much option for a decent command prompt tool in Windows. Forget about having a color theme and or multiple tabs in command windows; you won’t find the essential feature even things like copy/paste. Windows stuck with the same feature sets for command windows which they built more than 20 years back and not much enhancement made to it afterward. There is always a room for basic terminal windows with few more functionalities which match with those pimp terminals in MaxOS or Linux. I believe Cmder fills that room as I find every feature I expect from a terminal window. It has multiple tabs, can split the screen into multiple panels, can run many Unix commands, comes with Git setup, and much more.

Cmder is a self-contained console emulator for Windows without any dependencies. Being a portable application, Cmder offers to run without any need to install on the machine. It is based on ConEmu with the major config overhaul, comes with many color schemes, fantastic clink, and a custom prompt layout. If you are looking for a replacement for existing command windows with features like multiple tabs, custom color scheme, minimize to the system tray, etc. then you will love Cmder. Pick your shell you want to work with like Cmd, PowerShell, Bash, or Mintty, and run it using Cmder emulator as standard terminal experience.

If disk space is not the constraint, make sure you download full version (108 MB) which also has Git for Windows.

Cmder - VIM Editor

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