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CloudEnv Node

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

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

And now you can modify your environmental variables using cloudenv edit

$ cloudenv edit

Finally, we can get the output we expect.

$ node hello.js