xplr

Learn xplr - A hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer

Hi, this is Arijit Basu (arijitbasu.in) the developer and maintainer behind xplr (xplr.dev) - a hobby side project that I'm very fond of. Here I will share short tutorials based on how I use xplr to get productive in the terminal and boost my development workflow, how you can get started, and eventually be able to customize and make xplr your own. You will also find cool terminal tips and tricks, the latest updates on xplr development and the new features explained in detail. NOTE: If you want to subscribe to the posts, but don't want to sign up on stck.me, Please send a mail to hi@xplr.dev so that I can add you as a subscriber.

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