FrankenPHP: A Modern PHP App Server in Go (Install + Use)

FrankenPHP is a modern PHP app server built on Go and using the Caddy server under the hood. The standout feature that caught my eye was its standalone and self-contained binary, which can be easily downloaded and used without requiring any installation. In a single

Fzf: Quick Search via Fuzzy Finder on Linux (Install + Use)

โ€œfzfโ€ (or fuzzy finder) is a small, blazingly fast, and cross-platform command-line utility that allows you to perform interactive or dynamic searches via an interactive interface for effortless navigation and selection from matching options. Itโ€™s very flexible, and most often you will use it with

g: An Elegant Alternative for the ls Command in Linux

โ€œgโ€ is a free and open-source cross-platform alternative to the ls command, offering more advanced features than any other alternative, such as what โ€œexaโ€ can provide. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ The developer named this tool โ€œgโ€ because itโ€™s written in Go, and โ€œgโ€ is simply easy to remember.

Play: TUI Playground for (awk, grep, jq, sed, and yq) in Linux

Play is a simple command-line utility that provides you with a playground to experiment with programs like awk, grep, jq, sed, and yq, particularly beneficial during your early days in Linux. Iโ€™ve tried and tested the mentioned commands for a while, and to be honest,

Try Out the Latest Linux Gnome DE With DistroBox

Recently, we wrote an article on DistroBox showcasing the advantages of using it, in which one was trying out the latest Linux desktop environment (DE) release before it officially arrives. In todayโ€™s article, weโ€™ll try the latest Gnome 45, officially accessible for Ubuntu 23.10, on

DistroBox: Try Out Multiple Linux Distributions via the Terminal

As you all know, Linux is famous for its multiple variants in the name of distributions, each offering unique software repositories, package managers, desktop environments, release cycles, stability, and much more. The well-known Linux distributions are Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, and Arch, with the major

Tbmk: A Tool to Bookmark Frequently Used Commands in Linux

Tbmk (a.k.a. Terminal Bookmarker) is a simple yet effective tool that can elevate your command-line experience to the next level by reusing frequently used commands through bookmarking. The usage is pretty simple: what you need to do first is bookmark the common commands that you

Nload: Monitor Linux Network Traffic and Bandwidth Usage

Nload is a simple networking tool that monitors your network traffic and bandwidth usage in real-time, visualizing the incoming and outgoing data results in two separate ASCII graphs. In addition to the graph, it also provides additional information, such as the total amount of transferred

NetHogs: Network Bandwidth Monitoring Tool in Linux

NetHogs is a lightweight, open-source network bandwidth monitoring tool (similar to Top for process monitoring) that can help you identify the process or application consuming the most network traffic bandwidth in real-time. All detected processes will be listed with their PID, owner, program (PATH, IP

Wave: 21th Century Terminal Emulator Designed for Gen Z

Wave is a free, open-source, cross-platform (currently not available on Windows) fancy terminal emulator designed for the modern generation to become comfortable with the command-line. It offers some interesting features lacking in traditional terminal emulators such as GNOME or Konsole, and Iโ€™ve been searching for

FFmpeg: Powerful Multimedia Processing Tool (Installation + Usage)

FFmpeg (a.k.a. Fast Forward MPEG) is a robust, free, and open-source framework packed with a vast suite of libraries and programs for handling basic to advanced multimedia processing. It can perform tasks such as recording, converting, and streaming audio and video, making it the foundation