The DFINITY command-line execution environment (
dfx) is the primary tool for creating, deploying, and managing the applications you develop for the Internet Computer platform.
You can use the
dfx parent command with different flags and subcommands to perform different types of operations.
The basic syntax for running
dfx commands is:
dfx [option] [subcommand] [flag]
Depending on the subcommand, the options and flags you specify might apply to the parent command or to a specific subcommand.
For example, the flags for enabling or suppressing verbose logging are specified for the
dfx parent command, then applied to any subcommands.
When you have the DFINITY Canister SDK installed, you can use the following commands to specify the operation you want to perform. For reference information and examples that illustrate using these commands, select an appropriate command.