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Description

A curl-based command line tracker for Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic. It Supports terminal for linux and macos, command prompt for windows, and termux for android with real-time updates.

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COVID-19 Tracker CLI Mentioned in Awesome Coronavirus

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COVID-19 Tracker CLI is an open-source NodeJS application for command line interface to track COVID-19 cases around the world. An optimized NodeJS application and a simple tracker with real-time updates from reliable data source. It Supports terminal for linux and macos, command prompt for windows, and termux for android. Visit Wiki

Public Domain Names

# stable build
covid19.trackercli.com
covid19cli.now.sh

dev build

dev.covid19.trackercli.com covid19clidev.now.sh

uh-oh we reserve domains bro, now report us again! Try harder!

Do you want a custom and private URL for your personal use? Join here: https://warengonza.ga/TtYvZ34

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COVID-19 Tracker CLI

How it Works

It uses an API and collect the relevant information for your reference.

Data Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus

Features

This simple application offers you the following features...

  • Real-Time udpates.
  • Optimized application.
  • Fast response time (~< 100ms).
  • Simple layout and easy to understand.
  • By country query.
    • e.g. (
      /country
      ).
  • By country with History Chart
    • e.g. (
      /history//
      or append with
      )
  • Windows CMD support.
    • e.g. (
      /cmd
      or
      /cmd/country
      ).
  • Plain or Basic version.
    • e.g. (
      /plain
      or
      /plain/country
      ) or (
      /basic
      ,
      /basic/country
      ).
  • Random health saying on footer.
  • Local command line version.
    • e.g. (
      covid 
      )

More features coming soon...

Basic Usage

Global Tracking

To track COVID-19 cases on CLI globally, all you need to do is to use CURL or WGET command.

CURL

curl -L covid19.trackercli.com

WGET

wget -qO- https://covid19.trackercli.com

HTTPie

# visit httpie.org
http http://covid19.trackercli.com

CURL

Country Tracking

To track COVID-19 cases on CLI by country, all you need to do is to append the URL with the country name or country ISO 3166-1 code.

Country Name

# example usage
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/philippines

Country ISO 3166-1 Code

# /ph or /phl is ISO 3166 code of the Philippines
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/ph

CURL

Global Tracking with History Chart

# shows global result with history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history
# shows by default a global history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history/all

CURL

Country Tracking with History Chart

# shows result with history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history/ph
# shows by default a history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history/ph/cases
# shows result with history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history/ph/deaths

CURL

Country Tracking with History Chart (Dashboard)

# shows result with history chart
curl -L covid19.trackercli.com/history/charts/ph

CURL

Advance Usage

Check Update Automagically

# check update every 10 seconds (where -n 10 is the interval)
watch -n 10 "curl -L covid19.trackercli.com"

for more advance setup (where -s is to suppress curl's progress bar)

watch -c -n 600 "curl -s -L covid19.trackercli.com/"

Create a Shortcut Command

# set a desired alias for the command (replace endcov with your desired alias)
# this will give you a global update
# alias ="curl https://covid19.trackercli.com"

alias endcov="curl https://covid19.trackercli.com"

if you want to track a specific country

alias < coutry alias>="curl https://covid19.trackercli.com/< name, ISO2, ISO3 here>"

alias endcovPH="curl https://covid19.trackercli.com/philippines"

Local Command Line Tracker

# clone the repo
git clone https://github.com/warengonzaga/covid19-tracker-cli.git
# copy paste the command
cd covid19-tracker-cli && npm install && npm link
# run the local command line tracker. ex. covid 
covid ph

if you want to see the result in plain view without ansi encoding

covid ph --plain

run help for more info

covid help

Local Command Line Tracker in Container

# Create build file 
$ vim covid19-tracker-cli.containerfile
FROM docker.io/library/alpine
RUN apk update
RUN apk add git
RUN apk add npm
RUN git clone https://github.com/warengonzaga/covid19-tracker-cli.git
RUN cd covid19-tracker-cli && npm install && npm link

Build container

$ podman build -t covid19-tracker-cli --file=covid19-tracker-cli.containerfile

Run container

$ podman run -it --rm=true localhost/covid19-tracker-cli covid PH

Official Blog

Many people asking me how to properly use my tracker. Here's the blog on How to Track Coronavirus on Command Line. If you have comments or suggestions please leave it on the comment section of the blog.

Screenshots

Here's the screeshot of the tracker on CLI...

Screenshot

White Label / Personalize / Custom / Development

White Label / Personalize / Custom Build

We are still working on this part...

Development

Wanna improve the project? Follow our guidelines!

# clone the repo
git clone https://github.com/warengonzaga/covid19-tracker-cli.git
# go to the project folder
cd covid19-tracker-cli
# run npm
npm install
# start the program by default it runs on port 7070
npm run start

curl to your local this is equivalent to https://covid19.trackercli.com

curl localhost:7070

if you want to curl https://covid19.trackercli.com/ph then append /ph to the local host

curl localhost:7070/ph

# run this if you want to develop the program without restarting the server manually,

everytime you save the file it will restart the server automagically

npm run dev

Regional Trackers

Contributing

Contributions are welcome, create a pull request to this repo and I will review your code. Please consider to submit your pull request to the

dev
branch. Thank you!

Issues

If you're facing a problem in using COVID-19 Tracker CLI please let me know by creating an issue in this github repository. I'm happy to help you! Don't forget to provide some screenshot or error logs of it!

To Do

  • Add Static Version
  • NPM package
  • By State (US)
  • By Region, City (PH)
  • Add HTTP Headers (currently F)
  • More Code Refactor! (I guess I know what I'm doing now... for sure)
  • More... (have suggestions? let me know!)

Community

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Community

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Community

Donate or Support

If you love this project please consider to support the development and help me to support the API provider of this command line tracker by means of coffee. Be a sponsor or backer of this project. Just a cup of coffee!

Donate Support

Help Us To Help Others

Some cups of my coffees goes to the foundation via #OneAgainstCovid19 by PayMaya

PayMaya

Supporters and Backers

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License

COVID-19 Tracker CLI is licensed under GNU General Public License v3 - https://opensource.org/licenses/GPL-3.0

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Code of Conduct

Read the Code of Conduct

Sources

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Author

COVID-19 Tracker CLI is Developed and Maintained by Waren Gonzaga, Ian Vizarra, and Ken Gibas Abella


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