The beauty of Microblogging is that you can express yourself in lesser words and can share frequent and brief information on web. As its name suggests, a microblog post is based on micro (i.e. short) post. It requires less time and effort. Ideas, information and thoughts can be shared instantly once they come into your mind. So, I decided to setup Microblogging platform on TechBrij and added #TechBrijTips section to share knowledge, tips, the latest news and useful resources related to web development. As it needs less time to spend on researching a specific topic, being a part time blogger, it will be helpful to increase community and reader engagements.
I am fan of TortoiseGit on Windows as Git client. It displays icons on files and folders of the repository in file explorer which is easy to know the status. You can perform different repository operations in the explorer itself without open a standalone app for Git. Nowadays, I am using Ubuntu so much. So, I need the same in Ubuntu 18.
On googling, I found RabbitVCS. It is a graphical front-end for version control systems available on Linux and it integrates into file managers to provide file context menu access to version control repositories like TortoiseGit.