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Most useful command line tools for developers?

Lots of cools CLI tools on Product Hunt (use Twitter, read Medium, search Wikipedia via CL etc.) which ones are most useful?
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  1. 63941
    Sam CouchEngineer // People Person · Written
    It makes terminal great again!
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  2. 484610
    BrianDillinghamFull Stack Developer · Written
    Version control
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  3. 13
    fast-cli

    Test your download speed using Netflix's Fast.com

    Great and beautiful tool to test your download speed
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  4. 8
    Todolist

    A very fast, simple task manager for the command line.

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    Jevin SewRails / iOS developer · Written
    Takes a bit of getting used to, but after that, it's a pretty wicked todo app.
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  5. 6
    Emoj

    Find relevant emojis from text on the command-line

    I'm really bad at finding the exact emoji I need, but this tool is a life saver for me - I just type a word and it displays all the relevant emojis. Neat!
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    BrianDillinghamFull Stack Developer · Written
    Serve your projects to clients from localhost
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  7. 4
    fastlane

    Connects iOS Deployment Tools into one streamlined workflow

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    Nalin MittalPM, Firebase @ Google · Written
    Saves you literally hours on every iOS release by automating the entire process from screenshots to submission.
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  8. 3
    HyperTerm

    Terminal emulator based on JS, HTML and CSS

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    TJust another Frontend Developer · Written
    It's beautiful!
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  9. 2
    Phunt

    Product Hunt command line interface

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    abhishek guptaJS dev, Building Tech at bankomi.com · Written
    This one is a great tool for developers who spend looking for awesome products on PH.
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    Amaël Sikel4Android developer · Written
    This one lets you try any Android library with a simple command. All you need is a phone plugged with ADB and issue the command "dryrun [github link]" :) It saves a whole lot of time – about 10 steps according to the developer – and works with emulators too (Android Studio or Genymotion for instance). A must-have.
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  11. 484610
    BrianDillinghamFull Stack Developer · Written
    Must have for any modern PHP developer
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  12. Great for testing and fun
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  13. Because looking out of the window is too mainstream
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