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Authzero - An Auth0 Command Line Interface


I was going to wait until I had a chance to expand this a bit more, and clean it up (I’m a complete newb at TypeScript / JavaScript / nodejs) but haven’t had much chance to work on it lately. If only I didn’t have to work for a living…

A command line interface for Auth0, using TypeScript, oclif, node.js, and node-auth0:

$ authzero --help
Auth0 Command Line Interface

  authzero/0.0.0 darwin-x64 node-v11.6.0

  $ authzero [COMMAND]

  client      Get client (application) settings.
  connection  Get connection settings.
  help        display help for authzero
  rule        Get rule.
  tenant      Get tenant settings.
  user        Get profile for specificed user.


Thanks a lot for sharing it with the rest of community! :fist_right:t3::fist_left:t2:


@markd - Nice work!! I literally just put this down as something I wanted to make this week. Same combination too, oclif + Node SDK. I’ll give this a try soon and put through a few PRs for what I’d like to use it for.

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Thanks @josh.cunningham. Happy to have the help … I can write some passable Python, and I’m accustomed to Pythonic semantics, while TypeScript and friends are new and foreign. If nothing else I know I have a lot of duplication between the individual command module files that could probably use a refactor.


Typescript is on the “to learn” list so this will be a good excuse :+1: