As a developer, you will spend a lot of time in the terminal. So, it can be very useful to know a few shortcuts for how to maneuver around long commands:
|Ctrl + A||Move the cursor at the beginning of the command you are currently typing on|
|Ctrl + E||Move the cursor at the end of the command you are currently typing on|
|Ctrl + K||Clears the line before the cursor position. If you are at the end of the line, delete the entire command|
|Ctrl + U||Clears the line before the cursor position. If you are at the beginning of the line, delete the entire command|
|Option+→||Skip the cursor one word forward|
|Option+←||Skip the cursor one word backward|
|Ctrl + C||Some processes are long-running and will need to be manually interrupted. You can do this with Ctrl + C|
I hope these terminal shortcuts were helpful, and I challenge you to play with them.
Please, let me know if there are any really good ones I might have missed.