Amazon acquires Fig to improve developers’ command line


Share post: Inc. has acquired Fig, a startup that focuses on enhancing the command line interface for developers with tools like autocomplete and collaboration.

Brendan Falk, the chief executive of Fig, announced that the company and its team would join Amazon Web Services Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon. The agreement’s terms weren’t made public.

The command line is where a lot of brute force configuration and setup occurs, despite the fact that developers spend a lot of time in integrated development environments, which are programming tools used for writing and editing code that resemble text editors.

It’s a program that receives instructions from the user and transmits them line by line to the operating system of a computer.

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