text mode browsing in Emacs

I’m leaning more and more towards text based workflow. Earlier I enabled twittering-mode in Doom Emacs, and tweeted from Emacs. How 🆒 is that. But that is when I realized that twitter has lots of URLs. If I visit a URL from my Twitter feed, it opens up in external browser by default. I have two problems with that. My flow gets disturbed. The browser already has gazillion links open.

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Integrated terminal in Emacs

I spend most of my time in Emacs and Terminal. I make code changes in emacs and switch to terminal to run the tests. It would be nice to do that without switching between the two.

In the past, I had tried shell-mode and inferior shell (python) for this, but it didn’t work, till I found vterm

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