Extending the Salesforce CLI with a Custom Plugin

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  • oclif

    Node.js Open CLI Framework. Built with 💜 by Heroku.

    Nowadays, CLI programs come with richer interactive experiences. One such program is the Salesforce CLI, the command-line interface for Salesforce DX. It’s a CLI that helps simplify common operations when building an application for Salesforce developers. The Salesforce CLI itself is built on top of oclif—also from Salesforce—which is an open-source framework for building command-line interfaces. Oclif is written in TypeScript, and it has a very robust community supporting it. Best of all, it has an architecture that prioritizes plugin support, which enables users to extend the CLI for their own needs.

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