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What is Fig?

It adds autocomplete to your terminal. As you type, it pops up subcommands, options, and contextually relevant arguments in your existing terminal on macOS.
Fig is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
Fig is an open source tool with 21.7K GitHub stars and 5K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Fig's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Fig?


11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Fig.

Fig Integrations

Git, Visual Studio Code, Docker, Kubernetes, and Heroku are some of the popular tools that integrate with Fig. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Fig.

Fig's Features

  • Your terminal, reimagined
  • VSCode-style autocomplete to your existing terminal
  • Support for your favorite CLI tools
  • A seamless add-on to your existing terminal

Fig Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Fig?
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It is an Apache™ Subversion (SVN)® client, implemented as a Windows shell extension. It's intuitive and easy to use, since it doesn't require the Subversion command line client to run. And it is free to use, even in a commercial environment.
It allows you to browse through cheatsheets (that you may write yourself or download from maintainers) and execute commands, prompting for argument values.
It installs programs to your home directory by default. So you don’t need admin permissions to install programs, and you won’t see UAC popups every time you need to add or remove a program.
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Fig's Followers
17 developers follow Fig to keep up with related blogs and decisions.