Anyone developing applications and infrastructure in AWS will at some point make use of the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), either interactively at a shell command line, or by integrating the CLI into shell scripts.
While it is a powerful avenue to access, create and manage AWS resources, it can get cumbersome to remember all of the possible commands and arguments for each of the services needed. We have relatively simple commands like
$ aws ec2 describe-subnets
which doesn’t need any arguments to retrieve a list of subnets for the default VPC in your…