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TLDR; Larder is an extension for bookmarking things on the web you’ll need again. I’ve written a Larder command line interface in for all us people who don’t like browser extensions 😀

I worked on this as relief from my final year project in college (consulted this subreddit a lot during that time!) I decided to make a robust, easy to use command line interface for Larder. I did this mainly because I have a 2012 Macbook Pro with 4GB of RAM that really cannot handle any more browser extensions. I also did this because I know there’s a lot of folk who live in their terminals and detest browser extensions.

Larder.io is a bookmarking tool for developers, making the process of organizing bookmarks by categorizing and tagging them. Categorizing is done by placing bookmarks in an organized set of folders, allow you to annotate each bookmark with specific search terms. Later on when you need it, you can search your bookmarks by tags you’ve used, it’s title, or it’s original URL.

This tool also supports synchronizing your GitHub stars too. So, you can track updates from projects that you starred on GitHub. If you want to bookmark something automatically, Larder extension is available for browsers, Android, and there’s also an API.

What really makes this new Larder CLI stand out is the ability to refresh your access token. Tokens expire in a month and can be refreshed for a new access token at any time, invalidating the original access and refresh tokens. This built in functionality does not exist in alternatives to this Larder CLI. This process is automated so the user can continuously use the Larder CLI without having to manually remove and add new access tokens. Who doesn’t love a little bit of automation 😀

You can check out Larder on Github.