kido

The KidoZen command line utility

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kido - Kidozen Platform command line tool

Installation

You must have node.js installed. (>=0.8.14)

npm install -g kido

Usage

$ kido

Usage: kido [options] [command]

Commands:

    hosting <domain>       saves the hosting configuration
    app-list [hosting]     list all the apps in the hosting
    app-create <name> [hosting] creates an app with <name> in the [hosting]
    app-deploy [name] [hosting] deploy current folder to the [name] app in [hosting]
    app-run [name] [hosting] runs files on local folder and redirects calls to backend services

Options:

-h, --help     output usage information
-V, --version  output the version number

Commands

hosting

Use kido hosting <domain> for storing your management credentials in your profile.

Example:

$ kido hosting mycompany.kidocloud.com
username: myuser@kidozen.com
password: ************

Once you have configured your hosting in your profile, it will be stored as the default hosting, and there's no need to run this command again.

app-list

Gets the list of applications in your marketplace.

NOTE: this command will only work after successfully calling kido hosting.

Example:

$ kido app-list
- myapp1
- myapp2

app-create

Creates a new application and provisions the necessary backend services.

Example:

$kido app-create mynewapp

After successfully creating the app in the marketplace, it will prompt to see whether you want to save this config so you don't have to type the app name and hosting again (valid for the folder where the command is executed).

app-deploy

Deploys a new version of an HTML5 web application into the Kidozen hosting platform.

If you saved the config when you created the app, then there's no need to specify the app name and hosting.

Example:

$ kido app-deploy

app-run

This command will start a webserver in localhost:3000 that will serve the files in the current folder, and will proxy the calls to backend services to the app that was configured. This command is very usefull for developing HTML5 web applications locally without having to deploy the app all the time.

Example:

$ kido app-run

you can now open http://localhost:3000 in your browser
backend calls are being directed to https://mynewapp.mycompany.kidocloud.com

At this point, you can open your browser in http://localhost:3000 and start testing your app locally.

The command will stay running until you interrupt it's execution (ctrl + c).

Bugs & Support

Feel free to submit any issues or feature requests in the issues tab of the github.com repository.

License (FreeBSD)

Copyright (c) 2013, Kidozen

All rights reserved.

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