Tmux is a terminal multiplexer. In other words, you can create multiple terminal sessions on a single terminal window. The catch is, you can easily switch between these terminal sessions and each session can consist of multiple panes and windows running several shell commands.
It is pretty easy to install Tmux. On Ubuntu and derivatives `sudo apt-get install tmux` or `brew install tmux` on Mac.
The idea is to reduce the time we spend on configuring our Tmux sessions. Its a one time configuration and run it whenever you need it. For example, I can configure a pane that runs an editor (Vim), a pane to run my web server and a pane for my task automators. Call it ‘work’ and run the script whenever I am working on my office related works. Similarly, you can create multiple sessions on testing, AWS servers, personal projects and switch between them whenever you need it.
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