Installing CloudEnv’s Node Library is easy.
$ npm install cloudenv-hq --save
Or if you are using Yarn, you might try this command:
$ yarn add cloudenv-hq
Here is an example of a simple
hello.js file you could use to test CloudEnv with.
But if you run this now you would get a strange result:
$ node hello.js undefined
That’s because we haven’t created the CloudEnv environment variable yet.
So the next step is initializing the app:
$ cloudenv init Name of App: nodetest ==> SUCCESS: You have created the app 'nodetest' in CloudEnv. Try the following command next: EDITOR=nano cloudenv edit ==> REMEMBER: You need to distribute the following file to all your team members and deployment servers /home/lucas/nodetest/.cloudenv-secret-key
And now you can modify your environmental variables using
$ cloudenv edit FOO=bar
Finally, we can get the output we expect.
$ node hello.js bar