It gets dogs from Google and puts them in your console.
Getdogs uses Node.js to do a Google Image Search, and displays the results as ASCII Art in your console. This package was created as a live demonstration of how how to write and publish Node packages.
Assuming you want to getdogs from anywhere on your system...
npm install getdogs -g
Command Line Options
Search (-s, --search [string])
Returns things that may not be dogs afterall, such as: "cats". [default is "dogs"].
// Puts some cats in your console too! getdogs -s cats
Number (-n, --number [number])
Changes number of items put in console. [default is 3].
// Return 10 dogs into console getdogs -n 10
Number (-w, --width [number])
The character-width that your dogs will display. [defaults to 80 for true punchcard compatibility]
// Returns 100-character-wide dogs getdogs -w 100
Monotone (-m, --monotone)
Turns off colors for monochrome displays.
// Takes away colors from your dogs getdogs -m
Here is an example of the default output of the getdogs program from version 0.0.7.