You should return (or discover) the terminal and the unix philosophy.
The terminal, or command line interface (CLI), has always been a powerful tool for interacting with a computer’s operating system and performing tasks more efficiently. In recent years, there have been a number of developments that have made the terminal even more useful and user-friendly.
One such development is the Language Server Protocol (LSP), which allows developers to use a common interface to write code in a variety of programming languages, and provides advanced editing features such as code completion and error highlighting.
Ruplacer is a tool that allows users to quickly search and replace text in multiple files from the command line. This can be especially useful for making large-scale changes to codebases or other text-based files.
Broot is a terminal-based file explorer that allows users to navigate and manipulate files and directories in a visually appealing way.
Ripgrep is a fast command-line tool for searching text in files, similar to the popular tool “grep”. It has become popular for its speed and simplicity.
In addition to these specific tools, the terminal has also become more accessible in recent years, with improved support for screen readers and other assistive technologies. The terminal is also more consistent across different operating systems, which makes it easier for users to switch between different platforms or use the terminal remotely.
Finally, programming languages like Go and Rust have given rise to a number of powerful terminal tools that make it easier for developers to build and deploy applications.
Overall, the terminal has continued to evolve and improve, making it an increasingly useful and powerful tool for a wide range of tasks.