📗 A third-party command line interface for larder.io
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.



📗 A third-party command line interface for larder.io

Note: This project is a work-in-progress, and as such, may not be fully functional quite yet. Note this also means patch versions in the 0.0.z release family can be major breaking changes. Until we reach a 0.1.0, upgrade at your own risk!

Screenshot of Lard 0.0.0 folder view for 'Coding'


To install, simply run gem install lard. Then, you can run the binary by calling lard.

You'll need to log in before you can do much, so follow instructions in lard login to get started.


I welcome contributions of all kinds! Feel free to open an issue to discuss problems, feature requests, smoothie flavors, or code changes you'd like to make. This project is meant to be useful to every Larder user, so I'd love to hear from you!

If you want to run the code locally, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. Make sure you have a supported ruby version
  3. Install dependencies with bundle install
  4. Run the local binary with ruby bin/lard -Ilib to reference the local lib/lard.rb file when bin/lard tries to require 'lard'

For brownie points you can install the rubocop gem and try to make sure you limit the warnings that crop up from rubocop, but don't sweat it since Travis CI will run this for you if you don't!


Checked boxes represent minimally viable completed features, meaning they are feature complete but may leave room for future improvement:

  • Log in with your application token in a config file
  • Log in via command line function to populate above above config file
  • List all of your folders
  • List all of the bookmarks in a folder
  • Search for specific bookmarks
  • Create a new bookmark
  • Edit existing bookmarks
  • List all tags
  • Export bookmarks
  • Import bookmarks
  • Operate offline via cache