Saleor provides you with a quick way to set up the platform for your business client. Instead of forking the repository or resorting to the web version you may use the command-line interface (CLI), which gives you a quick access to many actions, like registering an account, logging in or handling your projects and environments from the level of a terminal.
This page guides you through a list of the Saleor CLI commands, alongside their optional parameters for additional behavior. It will get you up and running with your Saleor Cloud instance in no time.
The place where you will store data about billing, staff members and other general configuration details. You can have many organisations under one account.
It aggregates your environments. You can have many projects in an organisation.
One particular instance of your e-commerce data. It is equipped with a GraphQL-powered database and accessible through a dedicated dashboard. Every newly created environment defaults to a sandbox mode, you can then stage it for production. You can have many environments in a project.
To download and install Saleor CLI, run the following command:
npm i -g @saleor/cli
saleor in the terminal will display a list of possible commands and their descriptions. Typing
saleor <command> will display additional comands list for this particular command. This way, you can navigate over the interface to trigger specific actions.
Firstly, you need to login into an existing Saleor Cloud account or create a new one. In order to log in let's type:
command, which will redirect you to a webpage with authentication. There, you need to pass in your login credentials. After a successful login, you can come back to the CLI.
In order to create a new account you need to use:
and go through the wizard.
As of CLI version 1.13, there is no possibility to create an organisation using command line. Once logged in, use the Saleor Cloud webpage to set up your organisation. You can however list, remove and switch between your orginisations using the CLI.
After setting up the organisation, you are ready to create your first project. In the terminal, type in:
saleor project create
After selecting the organisation, typing in the name and choosing the region, you'll be set up.
Last thing to set up is the environment. The setup flow is going to be quite the same as with the previous iterations. In the terminal, use:
saleor env create
In the process of establishing the environment, you will be prompted for some details, like the project name, database template or sandbox version. You will also have the possibility to opt in for a dashboard access and basic authorisation.
And that's it! You are now ready to use the features of the Saleor Cloud.