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🤠 wrangler

wrangler is a command line tool for building Cloudflare Workers.

(Read the full stack week launch blog post.)

DISCLAIMER: This is a work in progress, and is NOT recommended for use in production. We are opening this preview for feedback from the community, and to openly share our roadmap for the future. As such, expect APIs and documentation to change before the end of the preview.

Further, we will NOT do a general release until we are both feature complete, and have a full backward compatibility and incremental migration plan in place. For more details, follow the parent roadmap issue.

Quick Start

# Make a javascript file
$ echo "export default { fetch() { return new Response('hello world') } }" > index.js
# try it out
$ npx wrangler@beta dev index.js
# and then publish it
$ npx wrangler@beta publish index.js --name my-worker
# visit https://my-worker.<your workers subdomain>.workers.dev


$ npm install wrangler@beta


wrangler init [name]

Creates a wrangler.toml configuration file. For more details on the configuration keys and values, refer to the documentation.

wrangler dev [script]

Start a local development server, with live reloading and devtools.

wrangler publish [script] --name [name]

Publish the given script to the worldwide Cloudflare network.

For more commands and options, refer to the documentation.

wrangler pages dev [directory] [-- command]

Either serves a static build asset directory, or proxies itself in front of a command.

Builds and runs functions from a ./functions directory or uses a _worker.js file inside the static build asset directory.

For more commands and options, refer to the documentation or run wrangler pages dev --help.

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