After downloading the CLI, you will need to configure your development environment with your credentials.
You will need:
Once you have both of the above, run the following command:
After you’ve pasted each key you are good to go.
The Extractor Studio CLI allows you to debug and step through your code. To do so simply:
Add the word
debuggerto your code where you want the execution to pause
Attach your debugger
To debug in Chrome, follow the debugging instructions above then:
about://inspectin a new Chrome Tab
Click on "Open dedicated DevTools for Node"
In an Extractor Library built by Extractor Studio, Extractor developers are able to build, deploy, and maintain Extractors for multiple Organizations inside Workbench.
Each Organization contains a directory under
src/orgs/, and in the root directory lives a
This configuration file aids the CLI when deploying and interacting with assets on Workbench, and allows developers to explicitly define which resources are maintained by the library. Additionally, this file allows developers to give aliases to Collections, to help make development and deployment commands easier.
config.yaml file contains the following properties:
An object which itemizes the Organization’s Collections maintained by the Library
Keys are slugs or user defined shorthands for collections
Values are Collection Id’s, can be retrieved from the Collection Home page in Workbench
ID for Organization’s corresponding app.import.io account
Deprecated This field will be removed in a future version of Extractor Studio.