More stuff coming!
Percollate, a CMD tool to grab web pages as PDFs.
WeasyPrint, an open-source solution for rendering HTML/CSS that can export to PDF. It can be used as a standalone program or as a library. I think with a little creativity, I could use this (with custom CSS) to grab article title and body and output into PDF instead of my current solution relying on Firefox’s readability function and system’s print-to-PDF.
TeXmaker, a cross-platform LaTeX editor since 2003. The WYSIWYG alternative is LyX.
Grsync, the GUI front-end for the venerable rsync.
pirate/bookmark-archive, a simple personal Wayback Machine.
Remy Sharp’s CLI: improved is a very good piece on using spiced-up command line tools.
GoPhish, an open-source phishing framework tool. It is very unlikely I am going to need this, but it looks very useful if I were to use this.
NASC to do math like a normal person.
Data Science at the Command Line, an online book for learning data science with command line tools.
Radix for R Markdown, something to keep in mind for the future.
Mole SSH tunnel, a simple SSH application to create SSH tunnel. It looks very neat and I wonder what’s the difference with plain ol’ tunneling method.
That’s all for now, more are coming in the future.