First things first: you'll need a HEXA.
Got one? Good. Read on.
Vincross uses Docker in order to manage the SDK libraries and dependencies. Doing it this way means you don't have to install a bunch of things on your system, and you can update your environment with one command. If you don't have Docker installed, do so now. Follow these installation instructions if you need help.
The MIND command-line interface is where you can update your environment, initialize skills, build your packages, connect to your HEXA, and more. To install
mind, you'll first need to download it from our CDN and make it executable.
$ sudo curl -o /usr/local/bin/mind https://cdn-static.vincross.com/downloads/mind/latest/mind-`uname -s`-`uname -m` $ sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/mind
Now that it's installed, you should be able to run
mind at your Terminal. Try that now.
$ mind MIND Command-line Interface v0.5.3 Usage: mind [command] Available Commands: build Build a Skill flight-test Flight test a Skill on mobile device get-default-robot Returns the name of the default robot get-default-robot-ip Returns the IP of the default robot init Initialize and scaffold a new Skill login Authenticate yourself pack Pack a Skill run Run Skill on robot scan Scan your network or specific IP for robots set-default-robot Set the default robot name upgrade Upgrades mindcli container to latest version x Run a command inside of a cross-compiling capable docker container Use "mind [command] --help" for more information about a command.
When you run
mind without arguments, you can see each of the options for the MIND CLI. For more help on any of the commands, type
mind [command] --help. For example:
$ mind upgrade --help Upgrades mindcli container to latest version Usage: mind upgrade [flags]
To install the latest Docker container with all the dependencies and libraries you'll need, simply run
mind upgrade at the Terminal. This may take a while the first time you run it.
$ mind upgrade
When it's finished, you'll need to configure
mind to use your Developer Bridge account.
$ mind login <youremail> <yourpassword>
After you've initialized the
mind CLI, you can start creating your first Skill.