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nu - Nureva® Console's CLI

Part of the Nureva Developer Toolkit.

    🔑 Get OAuth2 access tokens for Nureva's APIs

    🧪 Create and manage mock HDL200, HDL300, dual HDL300, HDL310, HDL410 and CV30 devices

    💻 Basic device management from the command line

Installation

Before getting started, you'll need to have Nureva Console client installed.

To install the CLI globally, run:

npm install --global @nureva/nu-console-cli

Node.js 16 or 18 is required and Windows 10 is our only supported OS at this time.

Usage

Run nu help for a list of available commands and their options and aliases. For help on a specific command, pass the full command name (no aliases) to the help command (e.g. nu help mocks create).

Accounts

Some nu commands require a Nureva Console account to work. Don't have one? Create an account.

To login as an OAuth User, run the nu account login command, and enter your Nureva Console credentials in the browser window that opens. To view the currently active user, run nu account show.

To login as an OAuth Service App, run the nu account login --client-id <id> --client-secret <secret> command. You can retrieve a client id and secret by registering a new OAuth Service App. To view the currently active service app, run nu account show.

If the access token expires, nu will automatically clear the active user and you will need to re-run nu account login. You can also run nu account logout to clear the active user.

To get an access token which can be used to authenticate to Nureva's APIs, run the nu account get-token command. To automatically copy the token to your clipboard, pass the --copy option.

Mock devices

To assist in developing with Nureva's APIs, nu provides access to mock HDL200, HDL300, dual HDL300, HDL310, HDL410 and CV30 devices. These mock devices behave similarly to real devices so that you can test your code without needing a real device.

Use the nu mocks create command to create a mock device. You can view all your available mocks with nu mocks list. This command will also indicate which mock is active (only one mock can be active at a time). To activate a mock, run nu mocks use <name>.

When a mock device is active, it will be recognized by Nureva Console client as if it were a real device. From Nureva Console client, you can modify device settings and enroll the device in your Nureva Console account for remote device management and access to APIs in the same way you would enroll a real device. See How to generate an enrollment code with Nureva Console client for more details.

To view a mock device's current configuration, you can run nu mocks show. This will print the raw configuration object used by Nureva Console client. You can modify the mock's configuration using the nu mocks config command. The config command supports generic modification of the mock's state object via nu mocks config key1=value1 key2=value2. It also provides shorthands for common changes like setting the firmware version to latest (nu mocks config --latest-firmware). Run nu help mocks config to view the full documentation.

Limitations

Mock devices are helpful for development but they do have some limitations:

  • Maximum of one active mock device per computer.
  • There is no validation of properties based on device type. This means you can set, for example, HDL300-specific properties on an HDL200 mock device. Therefore please be careful to read the API docs carefully to ensure your code will work with real devices.
  • The "Play sound test" feature of Nureva Console client does nothing for mock devices.
  • The "Recalibrate" feature of Nureva Console client does nothing for mock devices.
  • Changing the speaker volume is difficult to test with mock devices because it does not actually change the volume in any noticeable way.

We recommend testing your code on real devices before finishing your implementation.

Troubleshooting

There are a couple of issues which can be fixed by restarting the Nureva Console Daemon:

  • If Nureva Console client stops recognizing your mock device or changes made to its configuration
  • If Nureva Console client gets stuck at 100% after updating a mock device's firmware

To restart the daemon, open Windows Task Manager as administrator, navigate to the Services tab, locate the NurevaConsoleDaemon in the list, right-click on it and select Restart.

Real HDL devices connected to your computer take precedence over mock devices. Therefore, to use mock devices you must first unplug all HDL devices from your computer.

HDL300 mocks will only be recognized by Nureva Console client if the version of Nureva Console client is equal to or higher than 1.2.155193. Please update Nureva Console client if it does not recognize your mock.

HDL310 and HDL410 mocks will only be recognized by Nureva Console client if the version of Nureva Console client is equal to or higher than 2.7.206776. Please update Nureva Console client if it does not recognize your mock.

Devices

Once you have mock or real devices enrolled in your Nureva Console account, you can use nu to retrieve some basic information about those devices. Run nu devices list to see the full list of devices enrolled in your account, or run nu devices show to see more details for a specific device. The show command lets you search by ID, room name, or tags (e.g. nu devices show --room-name "my room").

Trademarks

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  • Node.js is a trademark of Joyent, Inc. and is used with its permission. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Joyent.

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