Check website stack from the terminal.
In fact I know there's already a pretty good Chrome extension called Wappalyzer, but I still wanna make a CLI tool for myself. There's 2 major reasons why:
- I've already installed too many extensions so far.
- I'm a CLI lover, it's just that simple.
Based on these demands, I started working on fixing these issues.
$ npm install stacks-cli -g
Type the following command in your terminal:
And the scripts will ask you:
? Which website stack do you wanna browse ?
Copy & Paste the URL of the website you want to analyze:
Here's a screenshot of the result:
Examples $ stacks-cli Analyze URL via cli $ stacks-cli <URL> $ stacks-cli -u <URL> Helpers $ stacks-cli -h Show current version $ stacks-cli -v Source code of this side project $ stacks-cli -s
Compile image locally
$ docker build -t stacks-cli .
Use compiled image locally
$ docker run --rm -ti stacks-cli -h
Use already compiled image
$ docker run --rm -ti femtopixel/stacks-cli
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