A command-line interface (CLI) is a text-based interface for interacting with applications or operating systems (OS) through commands. While each command-line interface differs in syntax, CLIs generally include a command prompt, an area next to the command prompt for entering commands, and a way to execute commands.
In the 1960s, command-line interfaces provided the only way for users to interact with their computers. Today, software developers and system administrators typically use command-line interfaces over graphical user interfaces (GUI) when they want to interact with their system directly, install software, and access features that users can’t access through graphical user interfaces.
Node Package Manager (npm) is a tool that comes with every Node.js installation. It provides a set of reusable components that you can install...
A user interface (UI) is the point at which humans interact with and control software applications or hardware devices.