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eztz-cli

v0.3.1

Published

A Node.js CLI Tezos client, powered by eztz.js

Downloads

11

Readme

eztz-cli

eztz-cli is a simple Node.js CLI (command-line interface) that provides similar functionality to the tezos-client, but without the need to run a full node. eztz-cli is being built to match functionality to the official tezos-client CLI, connecting to the Tezos blockchain via the RPC layer of a tezos-node (by default https://tezrpc.me/api is used).

Being a npm plugin, eztz-cli has the benefit of being extremely portable, lightweight and very developer friendly. eztz-cli is powered by the eztz.js library.

Why?

The official tezos-client currently requires a full working node, and can be cumbersome to install, run and maintain for non-techy users. eztz-cli is extremely portable and works on all platforms, with the aim to contain the complete functionality of the tezos-client. No need to run and maintain a node, just install and get working on the Tezos blockchain now.

Installation

You will need to ensure you have Node.js installed.

npm i -g eztz-cli

Getting Started

  1. First we need to setup or identity:
eztz newIdentity main
eztz balance main
  1. No tez? No worries, time to create a free account (on the alphanet, free accounts start with 100k tez!)
eztz freeAccount main account1
eztz balance account1
  1. That's better, time to do a transfer!
eztz transfer 50000 account1 main
eztz balance account1
eztz balance main

Well done, you've created an identity, checked your balance several times, created a free account and made a transfer! All on the Tezos blockchain!

Documentation

Check out the wiki: https://github.com/stephenandrews/eztz-cli/wiki

Future Development

Our current goals are:

  • Implement optional arguments
  • Work on documentation
  • Change commands to match tezos client (i.e. get balance for X and transfer 50000 to A from V)
  • Further debugging
  • Optimize build and implement tests
  • Improve CLI with something like commander
  • Add better CLI GUI (colours, error messages, tables etc)
  • Develop CLI help and man guides
  • Expand functionality to fully match tezos-client (currently we got about 85% of functionality)
  • Develop baker/endorser daemon services
  • Build multi-platform GUI (light-client)

Contribute

Please feel free to contribute - I will merge any pull requests as soon as I've gone through the changes.

Author

By Stephen Andrews, and produly developed at Cryptonomic!

Support Us

Please consider donating to help me develop this and other Tezos related tools, I currently rely on the kindness of others.

Bitcoin: 1KSiyfgs5XwTZjaLpmCTHxonsyXMx383P1

Credits

https://github.com/stephenandrews/eztz (eztz.js)

License

MIT