Bootstrapping already developed App using the CLI

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21-06-2021

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When deploying or extending an adobe-io sample project firefly application from Git, and starting with a newly created https://console.adobe.io/ Project and workspace for it. What is the recommended way to also get all the necessary APIs and services mandatory for the Firefly app in question? Is there a similar command to "aio app use" but opposite, or it needs to be done manually step by step for all API, services, events or credentials this app may use?

Some examples from Git:

asset-compute-example-workers/projects at master · adobe/asset-compute-example-workers · GitHub

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GitHub - AdobeDocs/adobeio-samples-aemaacs-assets-custom-ui

 

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That would be cool.  If i understand you correctly you are saying the cli can inspect the local application and request all the needed services, workspace, etc in the console for you and set it all up.  Is that right? 
If so I think that would be cool.  I don't think we are there yet but we could check and see if there is something like this on the radar.  It would be a little tricky with key generation and some other items but it's not at all impossible.