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Here's my thought on 💭 jesseduffield/lazydocker: The lazier way to manage everything docker

I've been using this for a few weeks now and it's fantastic. It's reminds me of lazygit, it gives a nice quick interface into the things I need and it just works. Yes I can git status to see what changed, then diff the files, then commit hunks, but lazygit can do that in just a few keystrokes. lazydocker does this for docker. It gives me a nice view into whats running, what's eating up disk space, and the networks I have. And if I see I have a bunch of exited containers, there is a bulk command righ there to clean them up.

tldr docker ps on steroids

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