Pretty much all the large cloud platforms provide not only a great visual interface to get things done, they also have a great command line interface. As much as I love a great UI when browsing the web, I do tend to favor the command line interfaces when I’m focusing on developing things.
The TIBCO Cloud - Command Line Interface, or tibcli for short, has all the same features and functions that allow you to get work done through the TIBCO Cloud Integration web UI. You can update your configuration variables (
tibcli app configure myApp1 prop1="newval" prop1="newval2"), push apps (
tibcli app push) and stream log files (
tibcli monitor applog --stream myApp1) to name a few actions.
The tibcli doesn’t yet support a lot of functionality for Node.js though, so I decided to write my own. I’m happy to introduce tibcli-node, which has many of the same features as the VSCode plug-in but accessible through the command line.
Check out the repo and let me know your thoughts!