# Getting started
The Ts.ED CLI is a command-line interface tool that you use to initialize, develop, scaffold, and maintain Ts.ED applications.
# CLI Core
This package helps TypeScript developers build their own CLI with class and decorators. To do that,
@tsed/cli-core uses the Ts.ED DI and its utils to declare a new Command via decorators.
@tsed/cli-core also provides a plugin-ready architecture. You and your community will be able to develop your official cli-plugin and deploy it on npm registry.
# CLI Plugins
CLI Plugins are npm packages that provide optional features to your Ts.ED CLI projects, such as Mocha/Jest, TSLint integration, and unit testing.
It's easy to spot a Ts.ED CLI plugin, as their names start with either
@tsed/cli-plugin- (for built-in plugins) or
tsed-cli-plugin- (for community plugins).
When you run the @tsed/cli binary inside your project, it automatically resolves and loads all CLI Plugins listed in your project's package.json.
Plugins can be included as part of your project creation process or added into the project later.
# Installing CLI
Install the CLI using the npm package manager:
npm install -g @tsed/cli
# Basic workflow
Invoke the tool on the command line through the tsed executable. Online help is available on the command line. Enter the following to list commands or options for a given command (such as generate) with a short description:
tsed -h tsed generate -h
To create a Ts.ED project, create a new directory and use the following commands:
tsed init . npm start # or yarn start
tsed init command will generate the project with the selected choices. Out-of-the-box, CLI support
Mocha, Jest, TSLint, Prettier, Passport, etc...
# Proxy configuration
Ts.ED CLI uses the npm proxy configuration. Use these commands to configure the proxy:
npm config set proxy http://username:password@host:port npm config set https-proxy http://username:password@host:port
Or you can edit directly your ~/.npmrc file:
proxy=http://username:password@host:port https-proxy=http://username:password@host:port https_proxy=http://username:password@host:port
The following environment variables can be also used to configure the proxy
Last Updated: 6/24/2022, 9:10:27 AM