This package lets you read directly in the console and print the texts published on The Pastry Box Project.
$ npm install -g node-pastrybox
Read the most recent text
$ pastrybox today
Returns the text published today.
Read a specific text
$ pastrybox day 21-10-2012
Retuns the text published on October the 21st, 2012.
Read texts based on a range
$ pastrybox from 21-10-2012 to 21-11-2012
Returns the texts published from October the 21st to November the 21st, 2012.
Read "n" previous texts
$ pastrybox day 21-10-2012 previous 7
Returns the text published on October the 21st, and the seven texts published right before that date.
Read "n" next texts
$ pastrybox day 21-10-2012 next 7
Returns the text published on October the 21st, and the seven texts published right after that date.
Read texts from a specific author
$ pastrybox baker lea-verou
Returns the texts published by Lea Verou.
Any response can be turned into a PDF file. Just add the
$ pastrybox today print $ pastrybox day 21-10-2012 print $ pastrybox from 21-10-2012 to 21-11-2012 print $ pastrybox baker erin-kissane print ...
To print all the content published on the The Pastry Box, just do:
$ pastrybox print
To extract our database in a JSON format, just do:
PDF files are always created in the current working directory.
By default, a .pdf file is named based on the following scheme: pastrybox-$timestamp.pdf
You can override this behavior by specifying your own file name:
$ pastrybox today print file "today.pdf" $ pastrybox day 21-10-2012 print file super-thought.pdf $ pastrybox from 21-10-2012 to 21-11-2012 print file "cool-stuff" ...
As you can see, you can ommit the .pdf file extension. It will automatically be added. Double quotes are also optional.
$ pastrybox archives $year
Specify a year, and you will download all the content published on the Pastry Box for that year on your computer (in the current working directory, to be more specific). The result of archiving a year will look exactly like the archives we have on GitHub.