The commands UNIX are a real Swiss knife for administrators, developers and users. But over time there have been new tools based on the excellent UNIX ones with more features and the latest technology.
In this list we will know the most frequently used and created by the developer community around the world!
A clone of the
cat command with syntax highlighting and Git integration.
An alternative to
ls written in Rust
Another alternative to
ls that even includes icon display for the file type.
A more intuitive version of the
du command written in Rust.
An improved alternative to the
A modern alternative to the
A find faster and friendlier!
An extremely fast alternative to
grep that respects your gitignore.
A code search tool similar to
ack, but faster.
Forget the Ctrl + r in the terminal to do searches, use
Fly through your shell history.
A Sed for JSON files.
Tools that are even more complete and available for even more environments such as Docker, Git and others.
Consult man pages via the command line.
Another cross-platform graphical system/process monitor.
A tool for benchmarking via the command line.
A ping, but with a graphic.
A modern replacement for
ps written in Rust.
A modern and friendly command line HTTP client for the API i.
The power of curl, the ease of use of
A friendly and fast tool for sending HTTP requests. It re-implements HTTPie’s excellent design as much as possible, with a focus on improving performance.
cd command inspired by
A friendly command-line DNS client. A
dig with steroids.
This list was inspired with some minor modifications to the original list in the repository .