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  • website

    Source code for the website (by linkerd)

    Let's jump right into a showcase. A “thank you” goes out to our friends at Buoyant (creators of Linkerd, the open-source service mesh), who openly maintain Linkerd’s docs in Markdown. That same Markdown generates static HTML on their website for developers to copy commands into the terminals. It turns out that Linkerd’s Getting Started Guide makes a great real-world example illustrating how to harness Runme in CI/CD (with minimal to no edits).

  • linkerd-website

    Source code for the website

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  • InfluxDB

    Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time. Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.

  • bats-core

    Bash Automated Testing System

    Bats (Bash Automated Testing System) plus assertion libraries for kubectl

  • vscode-runme

    Execute your runbooks, docs, and READMEs for VS Code.

    ⏯ Never heard of Runme before? It's an open source toolkit that let's you run your and other markdown docs in both terminal and as runnable notebook inside VS Code. Check it out.

  • bats-detik

    A library to ease e2e tests of applications in K8s environments

    Inside our Bats files, we replicate the sequence of steps and the contained instructions as test cases. We can define pre-conditions, execute the Markdown command block, and check post-conditions for returned exit code, output, and desired Kubernetes cluster state. The Bats DETIK assertion library does a phenomenal job of expressing Kubernetes assertions fluently. Bats is also capable of handling the setup and teardown of a test suite. Feel free to ask us about the details.

  • runme

    Execute your runbooks, docs, and READMEs.

    Now go try it out and help us prioritize! We’d love to hear what you think. If you run into any problems, please don’t hesitate to report them as a GitHub issue or talk to us on Discord.

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