skycli. Currently there are 5 groups of them:
app: all commands under this are to interact or manage apps on Skygear
auth: for authentication operations on
skycli, like signing up
config: for Skygear cluster operations on
secret: to manage secrets of a Skygear app
domain: to manage custom domains of a Skygear app
version: the only group where itself is a valid command, with no sub-commands
skygear --helpto print out these groups. To check the sub-commands, enter
skygear <group-name> --help.
skygear.yamlinside, while you need to provide a Skygear app name to a
skyclicommand, you can do this via the use of
skygear.yamlin the current directory as
skycliautomatically looks for that and will parse the
appvalue (i.e. an app's name) inside.
skygear secretcommands. Most of them requires you to provide your app name.
skygear.yamlat the same level defining the deployment.
templatesa level under your
~/.kube/config. Useful for things like check the logging of your pod/service.
skycliare done by these commands.
.skygearapp.com, you can replace this with a custom domain (that you own).