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Digital Optimization Group Edge Platform CLI
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dogcli

Digital Optimization Group Edge Platform CLI - Developer Preview

Usage

$ npm install -g @digitaloptgroup/cli
$ dog COMMAND
running command...
$ dog (-v|--version|version)
@digitaloptgroup/cli/0.0.1-dev-preview-31 linux-x64 node-v10.14.2
$ dog --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ dog COMMAND
...

Commands

dog apps:apply COLOR

deploy your application to a chosen color

USAGE
  $ dog apps:apply COLOR

ARGUMENTS
  COLOR  (blue|green) the backend color to deploy to

OPTIONS
  -p, --path=path
  --force

EXAMPLES
  dog deploy blue
  dog deploy blue --force
  dog deploy green --path ./custom/script.js

See code: src/commands/apps/apply.ts

dog apps:build

build your application from a template script

USAGE
  $ dog apps:build

OPTIONS
  -p, --pathToConfig=pathToConfig  [default: ./dog-app-config.json]

EXAMPLE
  $ dog apps:build

  # Use a non-default path to your config
  dog apps:build --pathToConfig ./dog-app-config.json

  # Or with flag character
  dog apps:build -p ./dog-app-config.json

See code: src/commands/apps/build.ts

dog apps:current

show currently selected application

USAGE
  $ dog apps:current

See code: src/commands/apps/current.ts

dog apps:init

initalize an app in this directory (should be the root of your project)

USAGE
  $ dog apps:init

See code: src/commands/apps/init.ts

dog apps:list

list all apps in your account

USAGE
  $ dog apps:list

See code: src/commands/apps/list.ts

dog apps:new

create a new application

USAGE
  $ dog apps:new

See code: src/commands/apps/new.ts

dog apps:rollback COLOR

rollback a color to a prior deployment

USAGE
  $ dog apps:rollback COLOR

OPTIONS
  --force

EXAMPLE
  $ dog apps:rollback blue

  # Force rollback a backend receiving production traffic
  $ dog apps:rollback blue --force

See code: src/commands/apps/rollback.ts

dog apps:sharedataset EMAIL

share your BigQuery dataset with an email address associated with a Google Cloud Account

USAGE
  $ dog apps:sharedataset EMAIL

EXAMPLE
  $ dog apps:sharedataset sarah.smith@example.com

See code: src/commands/apps/sharedataset.ts

dog autocomplete [SHELL]

display autocomplete installation instructions

USAGE
  $ dog autocomplete [SHELL]

ARGUMENTS
  SHELL  shell type

OPTIONS
  -r, --refresh-cache  Refresh cache (ignores displaying instructions)

EXAMPLES
  $ dog autocomplete
  $ dog autocomplete bash
  $ dog autocomplete zsh
  $ dog autocomplete --refresh-cache

See code: @oclif/plugin-autocomplete

dog cms:login

login & open the cms UI

USAGE
  $ dog cms:login

See code: src/commands/cms/login.ts

dog cms:preview URL

generate a preview link to a chosen domain

USAGE
  $ dog cms:preview URL

ARGUMENTS
  URL  must be a fully qualified domain name

EXAMPLE
  $ dog cms:preview http://localhost:3000

  $ dog cms:preview https://www.example.com

See code: src/commands/cms/preview.ts

dog domains:add HOSTNAME

attach a CNAME to your application

USAGE
  $ dog domains:add HOSTNAME

OPTIONS
  -v, --validation=http|email|cname  [default: http] specify the validation method - http happens inline, email will
                                     send to the WHOIS contacts, cname will return a record that needs to be placed

EXAMPLE
  $ dog domains:add www.example.com

  # Validate your domain automatically (default)
  $ dog domains:add www.example.com --validation http

  # Validate your domain by placing an extra CNAME with auth code
  $ dog domains:add www.example.com --validation cname

  # Validate your domain by receiving an email sent to your WHOIS contacts
  $ dog domains:add www.example.com --validation email

See code: src/commands/domains/add.ts

dog domains:list

list all custom hostnames associated with your app

USAGE
  $ dog domains:list

See code: src/commands/domains/list.ts

dog domains:status HOSTNAME

check the status of a custom hostname

USAGE
  $ dog domains:status HOSTNAME

EXAMPLE
  $ dog domains:status www.example.com

See code: src/commands/domains/status.ts

dog help [COMMAND]

display help for dog

USAGE
  $ dog help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

dog login

sign in to your account

USAGE
  $ dog login

See code: src/commands/login.ts

dog logout

sign out of your account

USAGE
  $ dog logout

See code: src/commands/logout.ts

dog logs:assetLoadTime

live js & css asset performance

USAGE
  $ dog logs:assetLoadTime

OPTIONS
  -a, --asset=asset  filter by fqdn of asset (https://example.com/build/main.js)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:assetLoadTime
  {"asset":"https://example.com/build/main.js","color":"green","duration":85,"protocol":"h2","rid":"abc-567","vid":"abc-
  123"}

  # Filter by asset
  $ dog logs:assetLoadTime --asset https://example.com/build/main.js

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:assetLoadTime --prettyjson
  {
     "asset": "https://example.com/build/main.js",
     "color": "green",
     "duration": 85,
     "protocol": "h2",
     "rid": "abc-567",
     "vid": "abc-123"
  }

See code: src/commands/logs/assetLoadTime.ts

dog logs:caughtError

errors your application caught & chose to log

USAGE
  $ dog logs:caughtError

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color (blue)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:caughtError

  # Filter by backend color
  $ dog logs:caughtError --color blue

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:caughtError --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/caughtError.ts

dog logs:clientPing

front end application pings

USAGE
  $ dog logs:clientPing

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:clientPing

  # Filter by backend color
  $ dog logs:clientPing --color blue

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:clientPing --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/clientPing.ts

dog logs:error

errors caught globally from window.onerror

USAGE
  $ dog logs:error

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color (blue)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:error

  # Filter by backend color
  $ dog logs:error --color blue

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:error --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/error.ts

dog logs:fps

instances of client side frames per second dropping below 50 fps

USAGE
  $ dog logs:fps

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color (blue)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:fps

  # Filter by backend color
  $ dog logs:fps --color blue

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:fps --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/fps.ts

dog logs:longTasksTiming

instances of client side tasks that exceed 50ms using the browsers Long Tasks API

USAGE
  $ dog logs:longTasksTiming

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color (blue)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:longTasksTiming

  # Filter by backend color
  $ dog logs:longTasksTiming --color blue

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:longTasksTiming --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/longTasksTiming.ts

dog logs:mouseDistance

euclidean mouse distance, over 3 second intervals, from your applications

USAGE
  $ dog logs:mouseDistance

OPTIONS
  -p, --prettyjson  print pretty JSON
  -r, --rid=rid     filter by a single rid (get it from server or proxy logs)

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:mouseDistance

  # Filter by a single request Id
  $ dog logs:mouseDistance --rid abc-123

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:mouseDistance --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/mouseDistance.ts

dog logs:orientationChange

orientation changes in your application

USAGE
  $ dog logs:orientationChange

OPTIONS
  -p, --prettyjson  print pretty JSON
  -r, --rid=rid     filter by a single rid (get it from server or proxy logs)

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:orientationChange

  # Filter by a single request Id
  $ dog logs:orientationChange --rid abc-123

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:orientationChange --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/orientationChange.ts

dog logs:outcome

custom implemented outcomes from your application

USAGE
  $ dog logs:outcome

OPTIONS
  -o, --outcome=outcome  filter by outcome (addToCart)
  -p, --prettyjson       print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:outcome

  # Filter by custom outcome (outcomes defined by user)
  $ dog logs:outcome --outcome cartAddItem
  $ dog logs:outcome --outcome heroImageClick
  $ dog logs:outcome --outcome searchAddFilter


  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:outcome --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/outcome.ts

dog logs:pageScrolling

scrolling activity from your application

USAGE
  $ dog logs:pageScrolling

OPTIONS
  -n, --pathname=pathname  filter by pathname (/pricing)
  -p, --prettyjson         print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:pageScrolling

  # Filter by pathname
  $ dog logs:pageScrolling --pathname /about-us

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:pageScrolling --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/pageScrolling.ts

dog logs:pageView

page views in realtime

USAGE
  $ dog logs:pageView

OPTIONS
  -n, --pathname=pathname  filter by pathname (/pricing)
  -p, --prettyjson         print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:pageView

  # Filter by pathname
  $ dog logs:pageView --pathname /about-us

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:pageView --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/pageView.ts

dog logs:performanceTiming

application performance from the navigation timing api including timeToFirstByte, FCP, & TTI

USAGE
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming

OPTIONS
  -p, --prettyjson         print pretty JSON
  -t, --property=property  filter by performance timing property

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming

  # Filter by property
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property timeToFetchStart
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property dnsLookupTime
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property timeToFistByte
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property timeToHtmlPage
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property domInteractive
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property pageLoadTime
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property firstContentfulPaint
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property firstPaint
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property firstInputDelay
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --property tti


  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:performanceTiming --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/performanceTiming.ts

dog logs:proxyLogs

proxy logs

USAGE
  $ dog logs:proxyLogs

OPTIONS
  -c, --country=country  filter proxy logs by a single country code (such as US)
  -p, --prettyjson       print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:proxyLogs

  # Filter by country
  $ dog logs:proxyLogs --country US

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:proxyLogs --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/proxyLogs.ts

dog logs:rapidClicking

incidences of "rapid/rage clicking" in your application

USAGE
  $ dog logs:rapidClicking

OPTIONS
  -p, --prettyjson  print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:rapidClicking

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:rapidClicking --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/rapidClicking.ts

dog logs:serverLogs

server logs

USAGE
  $ dog logs:serverLogs

OPTIONS
  -c, --color=color  filter by backend color (blue)
  -p, --prettyjson   print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:serverLogs

  # Filter by color
  $ dog logs:serverLogs --color green

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:serverLogs --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/serverLogs.ts

dog logs:timeOnPage

time on page activity events (event values are not cumulative)

USAGE
  $ dog logs:timeOnPage

OPTIONS
  -n, --pathname=pathname  filter by pathname (/pricing)
  -p, --prettyjson         print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:timeOnPage

  # Filter by pathname
  $ dog logs:timeOnPage --pathname /about-us

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:timeOnPage --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/timeOnPage.ts

dog logs:timeOnSite

time on site activity events (event values are not cumulative)

USAGE
  $ dog logs:timeOnSite

OPTIONS
  -p, --prettyjson             print pretty JSON
  -v, --visibility=visibility  filter by visibility (hidden)

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:timeOnSite

  # Filter by visibility
  $ dog logs:timeOnSite --visibility hidden

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:timeOnSite --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/timeOnSite.ts

dog logs:variationInViewport

variations entering the viewport

USAGE
  $ dog logs:variationInViewport

OPTIONS
  -f, --featureId=featureId  filter by featureId
  -p, --prettyjson           print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:variationInViewport

  # Filter by featureId
  $ dog logs:variationInViewport --featureId abc-123

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:variationInViewport --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/variationInViewport.ts

dog logs:variationMousedown

mousedown events on variations

USAGE
  $ dog logs:variationMousedown

OPTIONS
  -f, --featureId=featureId  filter by featureId
  -p, --prettyjson           print pretty JSON

EXAMPLE
  $ dog logs:variationMousedown

  # Filter by featureId
  $ dog logs:variationMousedown --featureId abc-123

  # Pretty print JSON
  $ dog logs:variationMousedown --prettyjson

See code: src/commands/logs/variationMousedown.ts

dog plugins

list installed plugins

USAGE
  $ dog plugins

OPTIONS
  --core  show core plugins

EXAMPLE
  $ dog plugins

See code: @oclif/plugin-plugins

dog plugins:install PLUGIN...

installs a plugin into the CLI

USAGE
  $ dog plugins:install PLUGIN...

ARGUMENTS
  PLUGIN  plugin to install

OPTIONS
  -f, --force    yarn install with force flag
  -h, --help     show CLI help
  -v, --verbose

DESCRIPTION
  Can be installed from npm or a git url.

  Installation of a user-installed plugin will override a core plugin.

  e.g. If you have a core plugin that has a 'hello' command, installing a user-installed plugin with a 'hello' command
  will override the core plugin implementation. This is useful if a user needs to update core plugin functionality in
  the CLI without the need to patch and update the whole CLI.

ALIASES
  $ dog plugins:add

EXAMPLES
  $ dog plugins:install myplugin
  $ dog plugins:install https://github.com/someuser/someplugin
  $ dog plugins:install someuser/someplugin

See code: @oclif/plugin-plugins

dog plugins:link PLUGIN

links a plugin into the CLI for development

USAGE
  $ dog plugins:link PLUGIN

ARGUMENTS
  PATH  [default: .] path to plugin

OPTIONS
  -h, --help     show CLI help
  -v, --verbose

DESCRIPTION
  Installation of a linked plugin will override a user-installed or core plugin.

  e.g. If you have a user-installed or core plugin that has a 'hello' command, installing a linked plugin with a 'hello'
  command will override the user-installed or core plugin implementation. This is useful for development work.

EXAMPLE
  $ dog plugins:link myplugin

See code: @oclif/plugin-plugins

dog plugins:uninstall PLUGIN...

removes a plugin from the CLI

USAGE
  $ dog plugins:uninstall PLUGIN...

ARGUMENTS
  PLUGIN  plugin to uninstall

OPTIONS
  -h, --help     show CLI help
  -v, --verbose

ALIASES
  $ dog plugins:unlink
  $ dog plugins:remove

See code: @oclif/plugin-plugins

dog plugins:update

update installed plugins

USAGE
  $ dog plugins:update

OPTIONS
  -h, --help     show CLI help
  -v, --verbose

See code: @oclif/plugin-plugins

dog proxy:abtest

deploy a/b/n tests across any number of origins

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:abtest

OPTIONS
  -o, --origin=origin  (required) FQDN for an A/B test backend or a valid deployed color

EXAMPLE
  # A/B test between your blue and green backends
  $ dog proxy:abtest --origin blue --origin green

  # A/B test between your blue backend and example.com
  $ dog proxy:abtest --origin blue --origin https://www.example.com

  # A/B test between 3 origins
  $ dog proxy:abtest -o blue -o green -o https://www.example.com

  # A/B test between 4 origins
  $ dog proxy:abtest -o blue -o green -o https://www.example.com -o https://www.digitaloptgroup.com

See code: src/commands/proxy/abtest.ts

dog proxy:apply

update your production proxy

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:apply

OPTIONS
  -f, --force

See code: src/commands/proxy/apply.ts

dog proxy:canary

run and manage canary releases

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:canary

OPTIONS
  -c, --canary=canary          (required) FQDN for an canary backend or a valid deployed color
  -p, --production=production  (required) FQDN for production backend or a valid deployed color

  -w, --weight=weight          (required) an integer between 1 and 100 that will equal the percentage of traffic sent to
                               the canary

  --force                      force the proxy config to do something that it not recommended

  --reassign                   forces a new salt to be created and all currently assigned visitors to be reallocated to
                               a random backend - not recommended

EXAMPLE
  # Send 20% of your traffic to your green backend as a canary
  $ dog proxy:canary --production blue --canary green --weight 20

  # Increase to 50% of your traffic to your green backend
  $ dog proxy:canary -p blue -c green -w 50

  # Increase to 75% of your traffic to your green backend
  $ dog proxy:canary -p blue -c green -w 75

  # Force reassignment of all visitors on both backends (advanced - not recommended)
  $ dog proxy:canary -p blue -c green -w 50 --reassign

  # Decrease traffic allocated to canary backend (advanced - not recommended)
  $ dog proxy:canary -p blue -c green -w 5 --force

See code: src/commands/proxy/canary.ts

dog proxy:gatekeep ORIGIN

create a gatekeeping url to any given origin

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:gatekeep ORIGIN

ARGUMENTS
  ORIGIN  a valid deployed color or a fully qualified domain name

OPTIONS
  --cmsPreview

EXAMPLE
  $ dog proxy:gatekeep blue

  # Gatekeep and open preview mode of the CMS
  $ dog proxy:gatekeep blue --cmsPreview

  # Gatekeep to any FQDN on the internet
  $ dog proxy:gatekeep https://www.example.com

See code: src/commands/proxy/gatekeep.ts

dog proxy:localhost [PORT]

(experimental) create a gatekeeping url that tunnels to your local development server

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:localhost [PORT]

ARGUMENTS
  PORT  [default: 3000] the port of your local server

OPTIONS
  --cmsPreview

EXAMPLE
  $ dog proxy:localhost

  # Tunnel to a custom port (default 3000)
  $ dog proxy:localhost 3001

  # Include preview mode of the CMS
  $ dog proxy:localhost 3001 --cmsPreview

See code: src/commands/proxy/localhost.ts

dog proxy:prod PRODUCTIONBACKEND

set your local proxy config to a single production backend

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:prod PRODUCTIONBACKEND

ARGUMENTS
  PRODUCTIONBACKEND  a valid deployed color or a fully qualified domain name to set as your single production backend

EXAMPLE
  $ dog proxy:prod blue

  # Set any FQDN as the production backend
  $ dog proxy:prod https://www.example.com

See code: src/commands/proxy/prod.ts

dog proxy:refresh

refresh your local config from production environment

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:refresh

See code: src/commands/proxy/refresh.ts

dog proxy:rollback

rollback proxy to a prior deployment

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:rollback

See code: src/commands/proxy/rollback.ts

dog proxy:show

show current local & deployed proxy configs

USAGE
  $ dog proxy:show

See code: src/commands/proxy/show.ts

dog share

create invite link/code for developer preview (allows someone else to create their own account)

USAGE
  $ dog share

See code: src/commands/share.ts

dog start

run a local server for development

USAGE
  $ dog start

OPTIONS
  -p, --port=port
  -s, --script=script

See code: @digitaloptgroup/plugin-install-start

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