stitch-cli

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When using stitch-cli against a locally running Stitch Server you can use any of the commands documented in the link above, however, you will need to pass some additional flags to the stitch-cli command in order for it to work properly. Where http://localhost:8080 is the URL of your locally running instance. This flag is required for any command you want to run against your local server.

https://github.com/10gen/stitch-cli

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request : ^2.87.0

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