Welcome to the Netlify CLI! The new 2.0 version was rebuilt from the ground up to help improve the site building experience.
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Netlify CLI requires Node.js version 8 or above. To install, run the following command from any directory in your terminal:
npm install netlify-cli -g
Alternatively you may also use Homebrew:
brew install netlify-cli (thanks @cglong).
Installing the CLI globally provides access to the
netlify [command] # Run `help` for detailed information about CLI commands netlify [command] help
To learn how to log in to Netlify and start deploying sites, visit the documentation on Netlify.
For a full command reference, see the list below, or visit cli.netlify.com.
Create a new deploy from the contents of a folder
Configure continuous deployment for a new or existing site
Link a local repo or project folder to an existing site on Netlify
Login to your Netlify account
Open settings for the site linked to the current folder
||Opens current site admin UI in Netlify|
||Opens current site url in browser|
Handle various site operations
||Create an empty site (advanced)|
||Delete a site|
||List all sites you have access to|
Print status information
||Print hook information of the linked site|
Unlink a local folder from a Netlify site
Watch for site deploy to finish
Local dev server
Manage netlify functions
||build functions locally|
||create a new function locally|
||trigger a function while in netlify dev with simulated data, good for testing function calls including Netlify's Event Triggered Functions|
See CONTRIBUTING.md for more info on how to make contributions to this project.
You'll need to follow these steps to run Netlify CLI locally:
uninstall any globally installed versions of netlify-cli clone and install deps for https://github.com/netlify/cli npm link from inside the cli folder
Now you're both ready to start testing and to contribute to the project!
MIT. See LICENSE for more details.