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Shahed Nasser
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Jun 4, 2021 ⋅ 11 min read

Creating a CLI tool with Node.js

Shahed Nasser I am a fullstack developer passionate about learning something new every day, then sharing my knowledge with the community.

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5 Replies to "Creating a CLI tool with Node.js"

  1. I am trying to add a command ‘remove’ which will remove a specific task
    `todos remove -r 0 1` something like this..

    my remove function looks like this..

    “`
    function remove({ tasks }) {
    let todoList = conf.get(‘todo-list’)

    if(todoList){
    if(tasks){
    todoList = todoList.filter((task, index) => {
    return !tasks.includes(index.toString());
    })
    }
    conf.set(‘todo-list’, todoList);
    }
    }
    “`

    But its not removed like this.. can you please help me here ?

  2. The command takes much more time than expected.. How to fast run those commands .. is there any way to do that ?

  3. Just a typo
    “bin”: {
    “todos”: “./index.js”
    },
    instead of
    “bin”: {
    “todos”: “index.js”
    },

  4. Is there a way to biding the paths used for static files, said `fs.readFile(“./folder/file.txt”, “utf-8”)` to be used as cli program ?

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