Using Tidal Tools
Tidal Tools is a command-line application. Such applications are also called CLI (command-line interface) applications. To operate it needs to be run from a terminal or command-line prompt. Connect to your Tidal Tools AWS virtual machine (VM) and run the following command (i.e type the text written with monospaced font and press Enter key):
The output from the above command should list all the available Tidal Tools
tidal help <subcommand> or
tidal <subcommand> --help
<subcommand> with the actual subcommand from the list) will show more
information about that subcommand.
Some of the subcommands, for example
tidal analyze web, work independently and
immediately provide results. While some other subcommands, for example
analyze code, require access to the Tidal API.
- Tidal Tools seamlessly integrates with the Tidal API and SaaS platform;
- Tidal Tools can be used independently of the API for some features, while some features do require access to the API to be used;
- Signing up and using the API is optional when using Tidal Tools.
To see what you can do with
tidal, checkout some of our other articles about
creating sync jobs or analyzing your
applications via their URLs.
If you are having problems related to Tidal Tools, the following tips should help you getting things working.