I use many CLI tools.
ripgrep - Line-oriented search tool that recursively searches your current directory for a regex pattern. (Andrew Gallant, creator of ripgrep - Sourcegraph Podcast (2020)) (Lobsters)
Look into gh cli for example of a well designed CLI. The
-h is amazing.
Awesome jq - Curated list of awesome things built with the JSON processor and turing-complete functional language jq.
One Things Well blog - Weblog about simple, useful software.
Terminals Are Sexy - Curated list of Terminal frameworks, plugins & resources for CLI lovers.
Inconsolation - Adventures with lightweight and minimalist software for Linux.
Arabesque - Systems, Tools, and Terminal Science.
hyperfine - Command-line benchmarking tool.
uutils coreutils - Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils.
Structured text tools - List of text-based file formats and command line tools for manipulating each.
dasel - Allows you to query and modify data structures using selector strings.
Modern Unix - Collection of modern/faster/saner alternatives to common unix commands.
Awesome TUIs - List of projects that provide terminal user interfaces.
binenv - One binary to rule them all. Manage all those pesky binaries (kubectl, helm, terraform, ...) easily.
buke - Full text search man pages.