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realm-cli apps init

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Important

Realm CLI is Deprecated

realm-cli is deprecated and will not receive future features or bug fixes. Instead, use the App Services CLI.

App Services CLI is available on npm. To install the CLI on your system, ensure that you have Node.js installed and then run the following command in your shell:

npm install -g atlas-app-services-cli

Initialize an App in your current working directory (alias: initialize)

Initializes a new App by saving your configuration files in your current working directory.

You can specify a "--remote" flag to initialize an App from an existing app; if you do not specify a "--remote" flag, the CLI will initialize a default App.

NOTE: To create a new App and have it deployed, use "app create".

realm-cli apps init [options]
Name
Type
Required
Description
--remote
string
false
Specify the name or ID of a remote App to clone
-n, --name
string
false
Name your new App
-l, --location
String
false
Select the App's location (Default value: <none>; Allowed values: US-VA, US-OR, DE-FF, IE, AU, IN-MB, SG)
-d, --deployment-model
String
false
Select the App's deployment model (Default value: <none>; Allowed values: GLOBAL, LOCAL)
-e, --environment
String
false
Select the App's environment (Default value: <none>; Allowed values: development, testing, qa, production)
-h, --help
false
help for init
Name
Type
Required
Description
--profile
string
false
Specify your profile (Default value: "default") (default "default")
--telemetry
String
false
Enable/Disable CLI usage tracking for your current profile (Default value: "on"; Allowed values: "on", "off")
-o, --output-target
string
false
Write CLI output to the specified filepath
-f, --output-format
String
false
Set the CLI output format (Default value: <blank>; Allowed values: <blank>, "json")
--disable-colors
false
Disable all CLI output styling (e.g. colors, font styles, etc.)
-y, --yes
false
Automatically proceed through CLI commands by agreeing to any required user prompts
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