Stanley Ulili
Apr 13, 2023 ⋅ 18 min read

Building a TypeScript CLI with Node.js and Commander

Stanley Ulili I'm a freelance web developer and researcher from Malawi. I love learning new things, and writing helps me understand and solidify concepts. I hope by sharing my experience, others can learn something from them.

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5 Replies to "Building a TypeScript CLI with Node.js and Commander"

  1. I follow the article and finish it successfuly,but i gt one question. how could we run dirmanager command in any path of system and get the correct result.e.g, i run dirmanager -l command in C, but get the list of files stored beside index.js file which is my executble file.
    thanks for your response in advance.

  2. You can provide the directory path of your choosing after the -l option:

    dirmanager -l C:\Users\(User_Name)\Documents

  3. Great tutorial! You might want to call out the shebang/hashbang requirement though as it is in the example but if a developer isn’t aware the global script won’t execute correctly.

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