It's built on top of the Twilio CLI and provides functionality inside your terminal such as:
Additionally, you'll need a ticket to SIGNAL 2020. Register for a free ticket on the SIGNAL website.
SIGNAL Developer Mode should work in any terminal but some terminals might have limited functionality or display flickering.
For terminals that have known flickering issues we try to detect that and reduce the amount of animations and screen updates. For more info on this check out the Troubleshooting Guide.
SIGNAL Developer Mode will also adapt based on the size of your terminal, however, the bigger your terminal window the better. Alternatively, you can change your terminal font size.
$ twilio plugins:install @twilio-labs/plugin-signal2020 $ twilio --help signal2020 USAGE $ twilio signal2020 ...
You'll be prompted for your SIGNAL credentials that you also use to log into the SIGNAL 2020 website.
If you don't want to enter your email and password every time, you can also store them as environment variables and pass them via the
SIGNAL Developer Mode relies on your keyboard for navigation. Check out the announcement blog post for a detaild walkthrough but here are some common controls:
USAGE $ twilio signal2020 OPTIONS -d, --diagnostics Using this flag will output diagnostics information that will be useful when debugging issues. -l=(debug|info|warn|error|none) [default: info] Level of logging messages. -o=(columns|json|tsv) [default: columns] Format of command output. -p, --profile=profile Shorthand identifier for your profile. --email=email The email you use to log into signal.twilio.com/login --feedback Learn how you can give feedback on SIGNAL Developer Mode. --tail ALIASES $ twilio signal
This project welcomes contributions from the community. Please see the
CONTRIBUTING.md file for more details.
Please be aware that this project has a Code of Conduct. The tldr; is to just be excellent to each other ❤️