Dcloud is our CLI tool for managing your Deity cloud account. From here you can manage deployments, environment variables and much more. Read our full Deity Cloud docs for more information.
Before doing anything you'll need to install our CLI tool on your local machine.
This can be done using npm.
To test this has installed correctly run the command
dcloud and you should be returned a list of available options.
Keep Dcloud up to date
We strongly advise you keep your Dcloud version up to date. If you don't have the latest version you'll see a warning when trying to run
dcloud commands. To update dcloud simply re-run
npm i -g dcloud.
Once you've got dcloud installed you'll need to login.
Running the login command will take you through logging in step by step.
It will open a browser window which will ask you to confirm the code in the CLI window.
After this you'll be redirected to login. You can use the credentials provided to you by our team when creating an account.
Once you've successfully logged in, your NPM access token will appear in your current terminal window. You'll need this in a later step so we advise adding it to a password manager.
Lost your NPM token?
If you've lost your NPM token you can run
dcloud project:npm-token to get it.
To check you're logged in, simply run
dcloud whoami and you should see the email assocatied with your account.