Almost everything you can do on the TileDB Cloud console UI you can do programmatically using the TileDB Cloud client (see Installation).
When you log in, the first page you see is
Overview. Here you can see a summary of your assets, your current bill and your recent activity.
Explorepage allows you to browse arrays, notebooks and UDFs that available for public access. You can use keywords in the search field to search by name, tag or phrases included in the description of the public data and code.
You can easily launch Jupyter notebook instances within the console as follows (it takes about 40 seconds to launch a new instance):
The assets constitutes data and code that belong to you or an organization you are a member of, as well as data and code shared with you by other users and organizations.
You can browse your arrays and their details, such as the description, schema, activity, sharing, metadata and settings. You can also register an array that you have already created with TileDB in your cloud storage space.
You can browse your notebooks and their details, such as the description, activity, sharing, and settings.
You can browse your organization and their details, such as its members, cloud credentials and settings. You can also create a new organization.
You can view all the logged activity on the arrays, notebooks and UDFs you have access to.
In your settings you can view and edit your profile, add your cloud credentials and API tokens, and manage your billing.