To make my workday awesome, I cannot lack the following tools:
I would add few of my daily drivers to this list:
Vim is essential to me, both to quickly edit files and config files and to manipulate large sets of data.
I use pure CLI-vim whenver I'm in a terminal, and IdeaVim with my Jetbrains IDE.
To host my open source projects!
I like to host my open source projects on an open source application, which is why I use it instead of github or bitbucket.
Postman lets me quickly test API's and perform web requests, which reduces the time spent to find bugs by a lot!
My usual workflow is monitoring the network tab of my browser, finding the one I wish to reproduce, copy it as curl request and import it in postman.
I can then easily change the variables, headers or content to see if it breaks the api or causes a bug somewhere!
It doesn't replace Curl, but it does make a majority of the job easier!
Nice one Antony, thanks. At first site, Vim looked daunting to me, but with time the commands get clearer.
vscode (only recently, and it's great but it's missing a few things I've come to love sublime for)
bash (amazing for API testing with curl)
heavy use of the terminal, which covers most things
Thanks, Igor! I didn't know about Wakatime, seems like a good tool :)
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