CLI (or command-line interface) makes it easier for the user to understand a program. In case of Ruby, which is the most human-language-look-like programming language, it should be even easier to create CLI. But is it so? Let’s explore the basic steps to build command-line interface with Ruby.
Command-line interface is a text-based interface that is used to operate software and operating systems while allowing the user to respond to visual prompts by typing single commands into the interface and receiving a reply in the same way. You already know that!
And today we’d like to show you the building process of a command-line interface application with Ruby. Also, in the original article by Adjoa, you’ll learn about generating a gem directory, scraping the data with Nokogiri, and putting together the user interface.
Follow the link to explore the basic steps to build command-line interface with Ruby!
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p.s. Did you know about branch coverage in Ruby?