28

Command line utility to download and upload 28.io queries.

#28.io CLI

Sign up and create an account at https://28.io. Install Node.js and NPM for your system (Mac, Windows or Linux). And install the command line tool using:

$ npm install 28 -g

You can now authorize the client using your email and password. Your password is never stored on the system:

$ 28 login <your email>
$ 28 projects list
$ 28 projects create <project name>
$ 28 project delete <project name>
$28 download <project name> [-d, --delete-orphaned] [-o, --overwrite <yes, no, ask, if-newer>] [-s, --simulate]

Options:

  • -h, --help Output usage information.
  • -o, --overwrite <value> Overwrite remote files. Value can be yes, no, if-newer, or ask.
  • -s, --simulate Simulate for extra safety.
  • -d, --delete-orphaned Delete orphaned files.
$28 upload <project name> [-d, --delete-orphaned] [-o, --overwrite <yes, no, ask, if-newer>] [-s, --simulate]

Options:

  • -h, --help output usage information.
  • -o, --overwrite <value> Overwrite remote files. Value can be yes, no, if-newer, or ask.
  • -s, --simulate Simulate for extra safety.
  • -d, --delete-orphaned Delete orphaned files.
$28 truncate <project name> [-s, --simulate]

Options:

  • -h, --help output usage information.
  • -s, --simulate Simulate for extra safety.
$28 watch <project name>

The xqlint commands checks your code for static errors and warning using xqlint.

$28 xqlint <path> [-s, --style-check <yes, no>]

The upload and download commands can be used to synchronize local files with a 28.io project and vice versa. Assume you started a new project called test on 28.io. You would like to download the project files:

$28 download test

If you make local changes to this project, you can upload them back to your 28.io project. In order to make sure that everything is in order, you can use the simulate option that will display the actions to perform without doing them.

$28 upload test --overwrite if-newer --delete-orphaned --simulate

Once you are ready, you can run the same command without the simulate option. You can use the download command to periodically get updates from your 28.io project:

$28 download test --overwrite if-newer --delete-orphaned

By default, a setting file named .28.json is created in your home directory. You can override these default settings by creating your own .28.json file in the current working directory. This is how the default settings looks like:

{
    "access_token": "",
    "refresh_token": "",
    "project_tokens": {},
    "email": "",
    "protocol": "https",
    "project_name": "portal",
    "project_domain": "28.io",
    "ignore": [
        "lib/io/28/api/.*"
    ]
}
  • access_token, refresh_token, project_tokens, and email properties can be filled using the 28 login command.
  • protocol property can be http or https.
  • project_name property is the name of the prefix of the 28.io API endpoint.
  • project_domain property is the suffix of the 28.io API endpoint.
  • ignore property contains a list of regular expressions that will filter out files from being uploaded and downloaded.

Auto-complete is supported for Mac and Linux. You need bash-completion installed. ####Mac OS X On OS X you can run brew install bash-completion if you have homebrew installed. Add bash-completion to your .bash_profile:

if [ -f `brew --prefix`/etc/bash_completion ]; then
    . `brew --prefix`/etc/bash_completion
fi

####Linux On Ubuntu you can run apt-get install bash-completion.

To enable it in zsh, run:

echo '. <(28 --completion)' >> .zshrc

To enable it in bash, run:

28 --completion >> ~/28.completion.sh
echo 'source ~/28.completion.sh' >> ~/.bash_profile