Before you can fire any command with the CLI, you need to export/set your token in your terminal so your commands are authenticated. You can create your CLI token in our Web UI, where you'll also find operating system specific instructions for using the token.


The sloppy help command is available to access some very basic information on your current status and settings.


The command is called without any arguments, like this:

$ sloppy help


Here is an example output:

$ sloppy delete --help

Usage: sloppy delete [OPTIONS] PROJECT[/SERVICE[/APP]]
Deletes the given project, service or application
-f, --force=false Force the deletion of a given project, service or an app
sloppy delete letschat
sloppy delete -f letschat/frontend
sloppy delete letschat/frontend/apache
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