#1MinuteTip Salesforce CLI (Command Line Interface) is a tool that you can use to build and deploy metadata components in Salesforce orgs, manage orgs, synchronize source to and from orgs, create and install packages etc. One of the major benefits of using Salesforce CLI (or any other CLI for that matter) is that you can automate tasks using O/S scripts.
Salesforce is planning to come up with big improvements in Salesforce CLI. Here is the one liner description of these upcoming improvements. If you would like to find out more, please navigate to Salesforce Developer’s blog post mentioned below.
- Improved typing experience:
sfdxwill let you use spaces or colons as separators
- Taxonomy-free CLI:
sfdxwill let you type your command in any order
- Easily discover commands with new dedicated
- Flags will become easier to read with hyphens
sfdxwill get better help messages, with
-hfor the concise help and
--helpfor the full version
- Commands built for
sfwill be available in
References & Useful URLs
- Salesforce Developer’s Blog Post – Big Improvements Coming to the Salesforce CLI