The desktop belongs to Electron

I’ve been using a Pixelbook over the past week, checking out the new Linux application functionality. It’s not ready for prime time, but it’s a billion times better than the last time I tried to run Linux apps on Chrome OS…. Source: https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/5/16/17361696/chrome-os-electron-desktop-applications-apple-microsoft-google

Using the Command Line to Decrypt a Message on Linux

Skip to main content DEEPLINKS BLOG By Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, and Bill Budington Related Updates Deeplinks Blog by Gennie Gebhart | May 14, 2018 Deeplinks Blog by Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, Bill Budington | May 14, 2018… Source: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/05/using-command-line-decrypt-message-linux

10 CLI Tools that You Will Love

As a web developer I uses Linux every day. I would like to share some CLI applications that helped me increase my productivity. Some tools are better alternatives of existing commands, while others provide completely new features. I believe you will love them…. Source: https://itnext.io/10-cli-tools-that-you-will-love-d214bc73d856

A Linux Developer’s Setup

Have you ever tried to go with Linux on a consistent basis but found it hard to get used to? Do you feel confused when having to choose a Linux distribution in order to develop software? Are you afraid of incompatibilities that might come from the switch, or unsure what tools to use and how to […]

How to Uninstall Software Using the Command Line in Linux

Linux provides different methods for installing software. You can install software from the standard Ubuntu software repositories using the Ubuntu Software Center, from outside of the standard Ubuntu software repositories, or by compiling source code…. Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/229699/how-to-uninstall-software-using-the-command-line-in-linux/

The Right Way to Get the Directory of a bash Script

When writing bash scripts, you might want to get the directory that contains your script. There are multiple ways to accomplish that. Due to the flexibility of bash, some solutions work in some cases, but not in others…. Source: http://www.ostricher.com/2014/10/the-right-way-to-get-the-directory-of-a-bash-script/