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Using command line to get available domains for registration: open source

manish srivastava
Director & CEO, GDP CHURN (P) Ltd. Loves coding . Supports open source by funding.
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Hi, my friends,
I came across this a couple of days ago. I think it's really beneficial.

I haven't done it yet.

NameBeta is a command line domain query application that is inspired by NameBeta.com.

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You should get the repo here:

GitHub logo TimothyYe / namebeta

A command line domain query tool.

NameBeta

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NameBeta is a command line domain query tool, inspired by NameBeta.com.

Features

  • Domain query
  • WHOIS query

Installation

Homebrew

brew tap timothyye/tap
brew install timothyye/tap/namebeta

Using Go

go get github.com/TimothyYe/namebeta

Manual Installation

Download it from releases, extract it and install it:

cp namebeta /usr/local/bin/

Usage

  1. Query domain
namebeta <domain>
  1. Query domain with more results
namebeta -m <domain>
  1. WHOIS query
namebeta -w <domain>

Help

Just type "namebeta" to get help.

Licence

MIT License




Please share your namebeta experience.

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