This app is a little wrapper around the REST API for the Nodester OS Node hosting platform.
npm install nodester-cli -g
In your CLI run one of these commands:
$ nodester $ nodester app <usage> $ nodester user <usage>
Each of them will outpot the help for the respective command.
If you have your own instance of Nodester installed on your own server, the command line app is designed to work with that too. Currently it supports 3 environment variables to change a couple of default settings.
Here is a simple example:
#!/bin/bash export NODESTER_BRAND=davster; export NODESTER_APIHOST=auth.davglass.com; nodester "$@" export NODESTER_BRAND=; export NODESTER_APIHOST=;
In the newest version of
nodester-cli you can easily switch betwen instances running:
$ nodester config set <apiendpoint> <brand>
after this you can access to your instance. To rollback to the nodester endpoint run:
$ nodester config set api.nodester.com nodester
Also you can see what is the current configuration running:
$ nodester config get
Also you can take a look at
examples and see how can you roll out your personal nodester-cli
The nodester community (
- [Chris Matthieu](http://matthieu.us) - [Daniel Bartlett <firstname.lastname@example.org>](http://danb-uk.net/) - [Dav Glass <email@example.com>](http://twitter/@davglass) - Abraham Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Contra <email@example.com> - Marcos Oliveira <firstname.lastname@example.org> - [Alejandro Morales](http://alejandromorales.co.cc)
MIT 2012 - Nodester