Install the CLI globally and give it a try with one line of code (with NPM):

$ npm install -g @snowflake-so/snowflake-cli

Check if the Snowflake CLI is installed on your machine:

$ snowflake --version

Using the help command to check the list of available commands:

$ snowflake --help

Usage: snowflake [options] [command]

Snowflake CLI to interact with Snowflake SDK

-V, --version output the version number
-h, --help display help for command

config Configure Snowflake CLI
job Manage job
jobs Manage jobs
account Manage wallet account
help [command] display help for command

To learn more about the CLI, we have a very detailed article here to guide you on each command. Introduction to the Snowflake CLI on our Medium blog:

The CLI is open-sourced. You can learn more about it here:

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