CLI 1.0.8: Site, page and test profile management

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Ben Schwarz

May 3, 2018

Last month I shared the announcement of Calibre’s new comand line interface & Node.js API. Here is what we’ve improved since with customer feedback.

A one line command to add a site to Calibre using the Node API

We’ve had a fantastic response to the release of CLI. We’ve watched our customers create delivery pipelines that test performance following deployments, detailed custom spreadsheet reports and dashboards mixed with performance and business data. I hope to be able to share some of those stories with you soon.


CLI Updates: What’s new

As soon as CLI was out the door, we started adding functionality to further automate Calibre. Here’s a look at what was added:

1calibre site create “My site” \ --location=Sydney \
2--url=”https://mysite.tld"

Node.js examples

We want you to have success with CLI quickly, so we’ve made sure to keep improving the Node.js examples as new features arrive.

Here are a few examples we’ve added:


🎬 Getting started with CLI

You’ll need a Calibre account to use CLI. There’s a free, 15-day trial, and we’re more than happy to help if there’s any questions along the way.

We can’t wait to see what you do with it!

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Calibre is a bootstrapped company. Every new customer allows us to continue growing and playing a part in making the Web a faster place for everyone.

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Ben Schwarz

Ben is the founder of Calibre. He regularly speaks at conferences worldwide and has been involved in far reaching open source projects as well as web standards. Find him on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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