MacOS Terminal, reimagined
#2 Product of the Day
May 23, 2020
Shell Notebook is a terminal packed with features to unleash your productivity.
• Type your commands into cells and
run them from the notebook
• Run commands both
locally and remotely (via SSH)
• Update your working directory
5 months ago
Writing your first notebook
Shell Notebook is a free application for MacOS that lets you save, organize, and run your terminal commands. You can save your commands into files with a .ish file extension so you can come back to the commands you use most. No more forgetting commands and frantically searching through your bash history!
Would you recommend this product?
Could you please add some examples? I wanna testing it!
Shell applications always were something magical for me. I love it. Wish you best luck with it.
Thank you, I appreciate it!
Daniel Roger Casanova
Love for business, design and technology
Any code for us testers :)?
Hi! Follow the guide here and let me know what you think :)
This is superb! For those of you unaware. It's similar to Jupyter Notebooks. You can learn more about this style of a shell here:
I couldn't figure out how to get auto completion of directories to work, though (cd prtab>)
I tried it but couldn't get my head around how I should use it. It looks lovely but I need to find some examples.
Hi Ryan -- Thanks for the comment. I just added a quickstart guide on Medium -- you can find it at
. Let me know what you think!
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