Sometimes I try to use new tools for experiment. And new are often better for me than old ones. Early I wrote about I started use Vim and still use it.
For the last six months I replaced some my tools with new ones:
eslintunder the hood. It’s easy way to ensure beauty and consistent code style for your projects. Just install and you can use it. No configs, simple rules, no semicolons. Writing a code without semicolons is a great. Now I often forget append its when edit an old project. I used
airbnbstyle before, but they are excessively complicated than Standard.
UpnpServer — minimal UPnP server. It’s open sourced. It has command-line interface and can share content to a lot of targets.
Translate Shell — easy access to Google Translate, Yandex.Translate and Bing Translator from command-line.
Master Password — unique password generator. Passwords are created by reproducible algorithm and not stored to cloud or file system. It’s open sourced and targets almost all platforms. I use Google Passwords and iCloud Keychain before, but they are not enough securely.
Firefox Focus — privacy-focused mobile browser from Mozilla. It blocks ads, analytics and social trackers. And works some faster than other mobile browsers. I recently use it as default mobile browser.