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Node.js environment and already has all of
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world-cup-cli-dashboard with all
npm packages installed. Try it out:
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Pull it from Docker Hub:
docker pull cedricbl/world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard && \ docker run -ti -e TZ=America/Toronto cedricbl/world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard
America/Toronto with your actual timezone. This image is for
amd64 arch only.
Or build it:
Want to build this image from a
Dockerfile instead? Or do you want to run this dashboard on a non-
amd64 arch, let's say
arm? On a Raspberry Pi?
docker build -t world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard github.com/cedricblondeau/world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard && \ docker run -ti -e TZ=America/Toronto world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard
npm install -g world-cup-cli-dashboard
yarn global add world-cup-cli-dashboard
Requires NodeJS 6+.
POST_NOTIFICATIONSto 1 to enable native notifications when receiving new match events such as goals, cards or substitutions (won't work in Docker).
Data is sourced from the awesome worldcup.sfg.io. Matches get updated each 30 seconds. Groups get updated each 2 minutes.
Terminal interface built with react-blessed.
If an API call fails, we log a debug message. Press
F12 to see the debug console, some helpful messages may show up (a 503 or a 429 HTTP code for instance).
git clone https://github.com/cedricblondeau/world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard cd world-cup-2018-cli-dashboard yarn install USE_FIXTURES=1 yarn start
0 to use the actual API in dev.
Contributions are very welcome.