How To: Optimizing your workflow
Aliasing your terminal
Aliasing your terminal allows you to quickly run frequently used commands without the need to type out the entire command. For example, git fetch and git checkout are two commands I use everyday. I aliased those commands to gitf and gitco. Imagine how useful this would be for longer commands like ‘rm -rf node_modules && npm i’.
What are those mysterious ".profile" and ".bash_profile" files you've heard about? How do you go about adding something…computers.tutsplus.com
Using Alfred to optimize your workflows like accessing Git or searching documentation. Alfred is the replacement to Apple Spotlight as it adds a whole bunch of features and downloadable plugins that Spotlight doesn’t have.
GitHub Workflow for Alfred 3. Contribute to gharlan/alfred-github-workflow development by creating an account on…github.com
Alfred workflow for devdocs.io. Contribute to yannickglt/alfred-devdocs development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
Learning the hotkeys for your most commonly used apps can greatly increase your productivity. I made a conscious effort to learn hotkeys for Github, iTerm (or Terminal) and for my code editor (VSCode). The initial overhead of learning hotkeys will greatly pay off when you are no longer fumbling with your mouse trying to surf through application menus. You can find hotkey ‘cheatsheets’ for almost any app simply by googling. You’d be surprised… the internet is a great place for information :)
Nearly every page on GitHub has a keyboard shortcut to perform actions faster. Typing ? in GitHub brings up a dialog…help.github.com
If you use Mac OSX and do a lot of work in terminal the iTerm application will become your friend fast. It's a great…www.ifdattic.com