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DADI CLI is a command-line tool to help with the installation and customisation of the various services within the DADI platform
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DADI CLI is a command-line tool to help with the installation and customisation of the various products of the DADI platform.


Commands always start with npx dadi-cli <product> <command>, taking different parameters and flags depending on the operation.

The command npx dadi-cli help shows a list of all the available commands for the various products, whilst npx dadi-cli help <product> and npx dadi-cli help <product> <command> provides detailed information about a product and a command, respectively.



To get started, run:

# Install dependencies
npm install

# Run the `npx dadi-cli help` command
node index.js help

By default, CLI will communicate with the live registry server at When developing, you might want to use your own local registry, in case you want to test assets that are not yet available on live.

To do this, grab a copy of the registry repository, start a local server, and tell CLI the URL of the registry to use.

# If your registry server is available at http://localhost:7100
REGISTRY_URL="http://localhost:7100" node index.js help


DADI is a data centric development and delivery stack, built specifically in support of the principles of API first and COPE.

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