now-alias
Assign an alias to a recent "now" deployment
Last updated 4 years ago by tehshrike .
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now-alias

Helps you automate now deployments.

Given an app name and an alias, updates a recent deployment for that app to point to the alias.

It's like now-realias except you can specify the token and app name on the command-line.

Install

npm install now-alias -g

Switch to the most recent deployment:

now-alias --name=my-sweet-app --alias=www.mysweetapp.com

OH NO QUICK ROLL BACK:

now-alias --name=my-sweet-app --alias=www.mysweetapp.com --deployment=1

Arguments

Run now-alias on the command-line without the necessary arguments and you will see:

-t  --token
  (will use your local one like the now cli, if available)

-d  --deployment  Defaults to 0
  (which deployment to alias - 0 is the latest, 1 is the second latest, etc.)

-n  --name        [required]
  (my-sweet-app)

-a  --alias       [required]
  (mysweetapp.com)

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