Command Line Interface of code.store. Add services, deploy, debug, perform all operations from your terminal.
brew tap codestore/brew && brew install codestore
sudo snap install --classic codestore
This installation method is not recommended as it does not autoupdate.
npm install -g codestore
Description of commands
For any further information about
code.store please refer to our Documentation. You can also get information about the available commands directly from the CLI by running
codestore --help or
code.store CLI. Add services, deploy, debug, perform all operations from your terminal. VERSION codestore/X.Y.Z darwin-x64 node-version USAGE $ codestore [COMMAND] COMMANDS auth Authentication commands, login, logout, whoami context Manage global Project and Service contexts help display help for codestore project 🚧 A project is a particular app or website, where you can (re)use your existing services. It might be your e-commerce project or a logistics mobile application or business web-app. Each time you add a service to a project, we create a separate, isolated instance of your service. Each service reused in a project has its own environments, databases, logs, and billing service Create new service OPTIONS --version, -v Show version information --help, -h Show help
code.store Platform and CLI are in very active development and are constantly improving. Like many other projects on GitHub, this CLI is open-source and you are welcome to notify us about any issues you might encounter.
We would prefer to treat the community requests in the following order:
- Create an issue on GitHub. This is a good place to start if you find that something is not working with the CLI.
- Talk to us in our community on Spectrum
Of course, if you have fixed a bug or created a feature you are welcome to create a merge request!