You can use the Atlas App Services CLI to export your App's configuration.
When you export your App, the export does not include the secrets. To add your secrets to a different app, refer to the documentation on migrating configuration, including secrets, to a new App.
You can export an application's configuration directory by specifying its remote App ID and an optional local path. If you do not specify a local path, the command outputs the configuration directory in the current working directory.
realm-cli pull --remote=<App ID> --local=<Output Directory Path> [options]
The directory specified by
--local must not already exist, otherwise
realm-cli throws an error and does not pull the configuration files.
The command also supports additional flags that you can optionally include to customize your app. The following table lists common flags you might use:
If specified, exports any external dependencies included in a
If specified, exports all hosted static assets in the
Your application will be exported to a local application directory. If
you did not specify a path for the directory with
--local, it will
be exported with the same name as the application into the current