At Specify, We help design and engineering teams build better products faster. Basically, we help you build CI/CD for your design workflows.
The Specify CLI is here to help you define, execute and iterate on your setup. We built it from scratch, introducing a fresh design and an error management system to help you test and set up your Specify configuration files.
Here’s what you can do with the Specify CLI:
Sync design tokens and assets
$ specify sync
Sync a Specify repository to update the elements it contains. Today, it collects design tokens and assets from Figma.
Pull your design tokens to a local directory
$ specify pull
Pull your design tokens and assets from your Specify repository into a local directory. Just like you would do with the REST API.
$ specify pull --dry-run
Launch the CLI and display the result without creating the files. It’s useful to test your configuration safely.
Use flags for more options
Flags are parameters you can pass while launching the command. All of these parameters are optional if you use a config file.
-config-path flag to call the right one.
Your personal access can be defined in a flag if you don’t want it in your config file.
Need help with your config file setup? Type
--help to learn more.
If you want to go further, you can look up all the other flags in our API documentation.
Start from your terminal
The Specify CLI is available right now. You can install it via
npm install @specifyapp/cli
yarn add @specifyapp/cli
Need help? Follow the installation guide to get started or drop us a Tweet.
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