4 comments

  • Aqua 100 days ago

    Someone who uses Kubernetes on a daily basis here.

    The visualisation thing looks like a nice to have feature, but nothing a K8s administrator can't live without. What's really interesting is the yaml generator tool. This is something that would significantly improve my productivity if only it were a little bit more uses friendly. Building new deployments/jobs/resources in general involves a lot of 'kubectl explain' invocations and documentation searching, not to mention the painful experience of making sure the yaml is properly indented. This tool has a lot of potential when it comes to improving that experience, but it would have to be simpler and faster, e.g. remove the popup windows after clicking "plus" and instead have a panel at the bottom of the screen. Do something to remove the extra clicks when adding nested items, maybe a tree-list structure with quick-add option? I mean, after you get accustomed with all the fields you don't even need the description anymore, you just want to add new attributes and assign values to them.

  • q3k 100 days ago

    This would be a nice addition to kubecfg.

    Eg `kubecfg show --web` to bring up an HTTP server that hosts this and lets you inspect the k8s resources that your jsonnet describes.

    • lawrencevillain 100 days ago

      Yeah that is definitely something we are considering adding in. It seems to be a pretty logical next step. Also, we want to tie it into local folder structures to enable a gitops flow!

    • yahyaheee 100 days ago

      Why clojure here?

      • jeremykross 100 days ago

        Developer here. I suppose the simple answer is that this was a personal/side project at my job and I picked the language I most enjoy. Additionally, I've been hacking on a couple of libraries for writing web apps for the last few years and wanted the chance to hone them on something non-trivial.

        • refset 100 days ago

          Clojure is very pleasant to work with and is exceptionally useful for rapid development. My colleagues at JUXT certainly would not have been able to build our new bitemporal Datalog database [0] without it!

          [0] https://juxt.pro/blog/posts/introducing-crux.html

          • nih0 100 days ago

            why not?