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QuantCDN cli

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Simplify deployments and interactions with the QuantCDN API by using the support cli tool.


The preferred method for installation is via npm.

npm i -g @quantcdn/quant-cli

or locally to a project

npm i -D @quantcdn/quant-cli


$ quant <command>

  quant crawl [domain]                               Crawl and push an entire domain
  quant delete <path>                                Delete a deployed path from Quant
  quant deploy [dir]                                 Deploy the output of a static generator
  quant file <file> <location>                       Deploy a single asset
  quant info                                         Give info based on current configuration
  quant init                                         Initialise a project in the current directory
  quant page <file> <location>                       Make a local page asset available via Quant
  quant proxy <path> <origin> [status]               Create a proxy to allow traffic directly to origin
  [basicAuthUser] [basicAuthPass]
  quant purge <path>                                 Purge the cache for a given url
  quant redirect <from> <to> [status] [author]       Create a redirect
  quant search <index|unindex|clear>                 Perform search index operations
  quant unpublish <path>                             Unpublish an asset

  --version       Show version number                                                      [boolean]
  --help          Show help                                                                [boolean]
  --clientid, -c  Project customer id for QuantCDN                                          [string]
  --project, -p   Project name for QuantCDN                                                 [string]
  --token, -t     Project token for QuantCDN                                                [string]
  --endpoint, -e  API endpoint for QuantCDN            [string] [default: "https://api.quantcdn.io"]

Get started

Please refer to the "get started" guide for more details on getting set up.

Quant accepts options or will ready configuration values from a quant.json file in the current directory.

$ quant init

An interactive walk-through for configuring your API connection.

$ quant info

Endpoint: https://api.quantcdn.io/v1
Customer: quant
Project: dev-docs
Token: ****
✅✅✅ Successfully connected to dev-docs

Manage search index

Basic usage

  • Use quant search status to retrieve index size and basic configuration.
  • Use quant search unindex --path=/url/path to remove an item from the index.
  • Use quant search clear to clear the entire index.

Create and update records

You may index new content or update existing content in the search index directly. Simply provide one or multiple records in JSON files. For example, consider a search-records.json file containing the following:

        "title": "This is a record",
        "url": "/blog/page",
        "summary": "The record is small and neat.",
        "content": "Lots of good content here. But not too much!",
        "title": "Fully featured search record",
        "url": "/about-us",
        "summary": "The record contains all the trimmings.",
        "content": "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras id dolor facilisis, ornare erat et, scelerisque odio. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos.",
        "image": "https://www.example.com/images/about.jpg",
        "categories": [ "Blog", "Commerce", "Jamstack" ],
        "tags": [ "Tailwind" , "QuantCDN" ]

To post these records to the search index:

quant search index --path=./search-records.json

Note: The path may either refer to an individual file or a path on disk containing multiple JSON files.


Automated via CodeFresh for all PRs and mainline branches.

$ npm run lint
$ npm run test


Issues and feature requests are managed via Github and pull requests are welcomed.




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