Ever find yourself holding down the Delete key on the command line? Here's a way to work faster.
When you type something you don't want to run on the command line it can be annoying to hold down
delete until everything you want to remove is gone.
There is always the nuclear option, in which you cancel the current command with
c and start over.
But often it would be better to delete one word at a time, as you can in most text editing programs on Mac. The standard pattern is
delete. But that doesn't work as expected out of the box with Terminal or iTerm2. Here's how you can set it up.
Raycast has boosted my productivity while also covering the offerings of three applications I was using.
If you’re constantly copying and pasting and losing what is on your clipboard, here’s the perfect solution!
Images often come in handy alongside documentation. Here are a few methods for adding them to your README and other markdown files.