Commerce Layer CLI
The official Commerce Layer CLI which helps you to manage your Commerce Layer applications right from the terminal.
What is Commerce Layer?
Commerce Layer is a multi-market commerce API and order management system that lets you add global shopping capabilities to any website, mobile app, chatbot, wearable, voice, or IoT device, with ease. Compose your stack with the best-of-breed tools you already mastered and love. Make any experience shoppable, anywhere, through a blazing-fast, enterprise-grade, and secure API.
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Run the command below to install the CLI using your favorite package manager:
npm install -g @commercelayer/cli
yarn global add @commercelayer/cli
More installation options, coming soon...
Installing the CLI provides access to the
$ (commercelayer | clayer | cl) COMMAND $ commercelayer (-v | version | --version) to check the version of the CLI you have installed. $ commercelayer help [COMMAND] or $ commercelayer [COMMAND] (--help | -h) for detailed information about CLI commands.
Kindly check out this quick step-by-step example which will show you how to place an order using this CLI.
The Commerce Layer CLI supports the following commands:
commercelayer applications- Manage login to CLI applications.
commercelayer autocomplete- Display autocomplete installation instructions.
commercelayer help- Display help for commercelayer.
commercelayer plugins- Manage CLI plugins.
The Commerce Layer CLI currently supports the following plugins:
resources- Execute CRUD operations on API resources.
seeder- Execute Commerce Layer seeder.
imports- Import resources in Commerce Layer.
webhooks- Manage webhooks in Commerce Layer.
orders- Execute actions on orders in Commerce Layer.
checkout- Generate checkout URLs.
triggers- Execute actions on resources in Commerce Layer.
You can run the command below to get a list of all available CLI plugins:
You can run the command below to update all available CLI plugins:
git clone https://github.com/<your username>/commercelayer-cli.git && cd commercelayer-cli
Make your changes and create a pull request (learn how to do this).
Someone will attend to your pull request and provide some feedback.
This repository is published under the MIT license.