Since I published my first projects on GitHub I really enjoyed viewing the traffic on my repositories. It is really interesting to see how many people visit or clone my repositories.
Unfortunately it costs a lot of time to click through all available repositories and I was looking for a more elegant way.
I stumbled upon the npm package github-traffic which already provides an API to fetch the GitHub traffic. So I decided to write a command line interface (CLI) npm package which uses this API.
As a result I can check the traffic on all of my repositories with one CLI command:
The process is very easy and documented in the npm docs.
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