First Steps

If you don’t yet have created a DBLSQD account, head to our Sign Up page.

Signing up is free and only a matter of seconds.

Installing the DBLSQD CLI tool

All of DBLSQD’s functionality is available via a convenient command-line tool.

You can install the cli tool with npm:

npm i -g dblsqd-cli

If you don’t yet have npm on your machine, you can install node.js which includes npm.

Don’t worry: Only our command-line client is built using JavaScript, you don’t need node.js or JavaScript in order to use DBLSQD in your application.

Authenticating with the CLI tool

Before you can get started with the CLI tool, you need to login.

You can do so with the following command:

dblsqd login

The CLI tool will then ask for your account credentials and automatically retrieve an API Key for you.

Now you’re all set up and ready to get serious with DBLSQD!

Note: The API Key will be stored on your machine. If you want to delete it later, simply run dblsqd logout.

Are you stuck?

Are you stuck or need help setting things up?

Let us know at hello- at -dblsqd com and we’ll be happy to assist you!