This is the Linux app named navi whose latest release can be downloaded as 2.18.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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navi allows you to browse through cheatsheets (that you may write yourself or download from maintainers) and execute commands. Suggested values for arguments are dynamically displayed in a list. it will spare you from knowing CLIs by heart. It will spare you from copy-pasting output from intermediate commands. It will make you type less. It will teach you new one-liners. It uses fzf, skim, or Alfred under the hood and it can be either used as a command or as a shell widget (à la Ctrl-R). There are multiple ways to use navi. For example, by typing navi in the terminal, which you have access to all possible subcommands and flags, or as a shell widget for the terminal, the shell history is correctly populated (i.e. with the actual command you ran instead of navi) and you can edit the command as you wish before executing it. You can also use it as aliases, as a shell scripting tool, and as an Alfred workflow.
- Browse through featured cheatsheets
- Import cheatsheets from git repositories
- Write your own cheatsheets (and share them, if you want)
- Use cheatsheets from other tools, such as tldr and cheat.sh
- Auto-update repositories
- Arguments are neither hardcoded nor a simple template
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