A command-line interface for Optimizely Projects
optimizely-cli is a command-line interface for Optimizely projects.
It aims to give you quick access to your experiment data as well as store a local copy of your data so that you can manage and track changes in the version control system of your choice.
optimizely-cli runs on Linux and Mac OS X, and requires Python 2.7.x+. It may work on other versions of Python.
Install or upgrade optimizely-cli using pip:
$ pip install –upgrade optimizely-cli
If you get some sort of error about TLS versions like this:
“There was a problem confirming the ssl certificate: [SSL: TLSV1_ALERT_PROTOCOL_VERSION]”
Then install a newer version of pip and then install again:
$ curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py | python
To use optimizely-cli, you need to link it to your Optimizely account. The quickest way to get started is to run the opti init command and follow the instructions:
$ opti init First visit https://app.optimizely.com/v2/profile/api to create a new access token Enter the token you created here: Verifying token... Token is valid Credentials written to .optimizely-credentials.json Do not add this file to version control! It should stay private Checking for an existing project... Successfully created project (id: <project_id>) Config file written to .optimizely.json
You can move .optimizely-credentials.json to your home directory (the opti tool will look there as long as your project is under your home):
$ mv .optimizely-credentials.json ~/
Or add it to your .gitignore file like this:
$ echo .optimizely-credentials.json >> .gitignore
Don’t commit your credentials to version control!
For a full list of commands, just type opti at the command line. Here are some examples of available sub-commands:
|attribute||Manage Audience Attributes|
|audience||Manage Optimizely audiences|
|event||List, create, and manage Optimizely events|
|experiment||List, create, and manage Optimizely experiments|
|group||Manage Optimizely exclusion groups|
|init||Link an Optimizely project with your repository|
|project||List, create, and manage Optimizely projects|
|pull||Pull down the current state of an Optimizely project|
|push||Push back local data to an Optimizely project|
Get a list of projects
$ opti project list
Create a new project
$ opti project create
Get a list of events
$ opti event list
Create a new event
$ opti event create new_event
Pull all Optimizely experiment data and write them to a local optimizely/ directory
$ opti pull
Collect changes to your local optimizely/ directory and apply them your data in Optimizely
$ opti push
The opti utility can complete your commands. Just add the following to your .bashrc:
eval “$(_OPTI_COMPLETE=source opti)”
Please see our Contributing Guidelines.
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