The Amplify CLI
config command manages configuration values.
|string||The global client ID to use when authenticating. You can be logged into multiple different client IDs at the same time.|
|string||The hostname the local web server should listen on and await the successful login browser redirect.|
|number||The port number the local web server should listen on and await the successful login browser redirect. The value must be between |
|number||The number of seconds before the access token expires and should be refreshed. As long as the refresh token is not expired, a new access token can be retrieved. This setting is only useful if the access token is still valid, but almost expired and you need a valid access token for an operation in the near future. The value must be a non-negative integer.|
The type of store to persist the access token after authenticating.
The proxy server URL. This proxy server is used for both HTTP and HTTPS outbound requests.
get- Display a specific config setting
list- Display all config settings
pop- Remove the last value in a list
push- Add a value to the end of a list
delete- Remove a config setting
set- Change a config setting
shift- Remove the first value in a list
unshift- Add a value to the beginning of a list
--json- Output the value as JSON
Returns a config setting.
Displays a list of all installed packages.
Removes a value from the end of a list.
Deletes a config setting.
Adds a value to the end of a list. If there is no existing value, a new list is created. If a non-list value exists, it is converted to a list and the new value is appended.
Sets a config value. If a value already exists, the existing value is overwritten.
Removes a value from the beginning of a list.
Adds a value to the beginning of a list. If there is no existing value, a new list is created. If a non-list value exists, it is converted to a list and the new value is prepended.