There's a good chance you're using GitHub if you're a developer. A long while ago, GitHub wrapped
git commands with a tool they released called
hub. This was nice, then, as it helped bridge the gap between Git and GitHub. A few years ago, they released the GitHub CLI, a dedicated command line tool for GitHub... no more wrapping Git commands.
There are many things you can do with this tool, but the one I use the most is setting up a new repository.
With this simple command, you can generate the repo on GitHub.
> gh repo create OWNER/REPO ✓ Created repository OWNER/REPO on GitHub