macOS Terminal, new to the terminal and need advice from people that know it. Many thanks fellow macOS users.

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  • Terminal-Setup

    Best Setup for your terminal for programming on macOS

    It is something you get used to by constantly exploring. It would say install "brew" and "iTerm2" and try to use them as much as possible. Follow the guide here for initial setup: https://github.com/madhavtummala/Terminal-Setup

  • m-cli

     Swiss Army Knife for macOS

    The reason developers use terminal/shell is because of its command line interface i.e, each task is a line/command. Each command maybe anything only limited by the tools you have installed on system. These lines can be placed together in a script and run together and developers often use it like this for automation. It is like programming the system. You can install a lot of tools using HomeBrew and lot of tools and commands are common across Linux and macOS.

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