Tag: fzf

  • Use fzf to Supercharge Your kubectl Command

    First let’s have a look at fzf, a super fast command line fuzzy finder. It’s mostly written in golang and there are so many ways to use it. In this note, I’ll just use it to select a value from a list in a terminal and then return it to next command. When working with […]

  • Use FZF to Speed Up KUBECTL

    FZF is general purpose option selector for Linux command line. By default fzf is an super-upgrade for the ctrl-r command history finder, but it is helpful for almost any scenario where you need to pick 1 item from a list. Here’s a tiny use case where I use fzf to select a kubernetes namespace and […]