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1. Fig Overrides
Fig has several commands that are native to the app and cannot be overridden
  1. 1.
    fig run [name of .run file]
  2. 2.
    fig local [path/to/file.html]
  3. 3.
    fig build
  4. 4.
    fig web [url]
  5. 5.
    fig install [app identifier]
  6. 6.
    fig uninstall [app identifier]
  7. 7.
    fig utils
  8. 8.
    fig --help
Fig aims to keep have as few native commands as possible. However, Fig may update them occasionally if it believes it will contribute meaningfully to the Fig ecosystem.

fig run

Render and display markdown or rundown files in Fig. Files can be local or from the web.
fig run [.run file OR url]
Examples
  • fig run heroku --> Render the heroku.run file in Fig
    • Your terminal must be in the same working directory as the .run file
  • fig run http://gist.github.com/ --> Render the .run or .md file in Fig
    • Note: The URL must be raw markdown or rundown

fig build

Build the schema for a .fig file to build your own CLI​
fig build

fig local

Render and display local html files in the Fig window
fig local path/to/file.html
Examples
  • fig local index.html
  • fig local path/to/file.html

fig web

Open URLs in Fig's browser. Fig's lightweight browser gives you quick access to the sites you use most without leaving your Terminal
fig web [url]
Examples
  • fig web https://github.com/pull
  • fig web https://news.ycombinator.com
  • fig web https://notion.com
  • fig web https://my_company_slack_name.slack.com

fig install

Install an app using its unique identifier
fig install [app_name]
Note: This currently does work but is reserved for this purpose.

fig uninstall

fig uninstall [app_name]
Note: This currently does work but is reserved for this purpose.

fig update

Update Fig to the newest version.
fig update
Note: This currently does work but is reserved for this purpose.

fig utils

View Fig's developer utilities
fig utils
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fig --help

Open the help page in fig home in a tethered window.
fig --help
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