Type-safe client generation

SDKs come with a CLI tool to auto-generate a client so you can access your flags with end-to-end type-safety. This ensures typos in flag names or incorrectly passed targeting attributes can be caught at build-time rather than runtime. It also improves the developer experience with code completion, "find all references" and type-safe flag clean up.

To generate a client, first define the following environment variables in your .env file:


Replace token with your project token which you can find in the Settings tab of your project.

Then run:

npx hypertune

Customize client generation

You can customize client generation with the following environment variables:

# Set whether Hypertune should include a build-time snapshot of your flag logic

# Set whether Hypertune should include your token in the generated code

# Set where Hypertune should find your query file path

You can also pass these as command-line arguments. To see all available options, run:

npx hypertune --help

This will output:

  $ hypertune 

    Generate Hypertune files for your project

For more info, run any command with the `--help` flag:
  $ hypertune --help

  --token [value]           Project token 
  --queryFilePath [value]   File path to the GraphQL initialization query (default: hypertune.graphql)
  --outputFilePath [value]  Where to write the generated file (default: generated/generated.ts)
  --includeToken            Include your token in the generated code (default: false)
  --includeInitData         Embed a snapshot of your configuration logic in the generated code so the SDK can reliably, locally initialize first, before fetching the latest logic from the server, and can work even if the server is unreachable (default: false)
  -h, --help                Display this message 
  -v, --version             Display version number

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