avo

3.2.11 • Public • Published

Avo CLI

Better event tracking, faster.

https://www.avo.app

The Avo CLI gives you access to Avo Codegen right from your command line. It allows you to pull your Avo tracking plan as type-safe functions for each of your events, making analytics implementation quick and seamless. Avo Codegen supports a variety of platforms, programming languages and destinations.

Installation

Avo runs on Node >=14.16. To install the latest version of Avo CLI, run this command:

npm install -g avo

Usage

$ avo --help
avo command

Commands:
  avo login              Log into the Avo platform
  avo init               Initialize an Avo workspace in the current folder
  avo pull [source]      Pull analytics wrappers from Avo workspace
  avo checkout [branch]  Switch branches                               [aliases: branch]
  avo source <command>   Manage sources for the current project
  avo status [source]    Show the status of the Avo implementation
  avo merge main         Pull the Avo main branch into your current branch
  avo conflict           Resolve git conflicts in Avo files            [aliases: resolve, conflicts]
  avo edit               Open the Avo workspace in your browser
  avo logout             Log out from the Avo platform
  avo whoami             Shows the currently logged in username

Options:
  --version      Show version number                                   [boolean]
  -v, --verbose  make output more verbose                              [boolean] [default: false]
  -f, --force    Proceed with merge when incoming branch is open       [boolean] [default: false]
  --help         Show help                                             [boolean]

For more documentation, visit https://www.avo.app/docs/implementation/cli

Caught a Bug? Thank you, you are precious to us :hug: Please create a issue on the GitHub repo or send an email to friends@avo.app. We'll do our best to resolve it quickly!

To create a release:

  1. Verify that the changes in the Unreleased section in CHANGELOG.md are accurate, create a new heading with the correct semantic version then move the content from the Unreleased section there
  2. Update the semantic version in package.json to match the one you just created in the changelog
  3. Commit with the message Release <version> and push the changes
  4. Publish the package to npm (you'll need to be a maintainer of the avo project in npm): npm publish. To publish a pre-release, use npm publish --tag next (or --tag beta)

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npm i avo

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