Hackerattitude’s most recommended shell console, Xiki.
Xiki is sorta like a shell console with some GUI features added in. It is also a glue language. It ties together many of the things we developers use. Such as shell commands, code, files, directories, notes, urls, database queries, and many other things. It accomplishes this by using a wiki-ish text syntax that can be expanded directly from a text editor.
It has a web interface, which is kinda amazing on it’s self, but runs best from a ‘Xiki-enabled’ text editor. It has menus for quickly getting started with using various tools and libraries. Also you can easily create your own menus, in about a gazillion ways.
Watch the video!
Check out the github here: https://github.com/Terrorboy/xiki
Official Website: http://xiki.org