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  • terraform-docs

    Generate documentation from Terraform modules in various output formats

    Brew for local (osx and linux), choco for windows local install, and yeah apt/yum for docker/vagrant etc wrapping the call alongd side to generate and pull request would be pretty neat.

  • terraform

    Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure. It is an open source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned.

    - It seems that Pluralith is currently an application that is installed which handles the UI rendering, however have you thought about the ability for this rendering to be based on known web technologies? During this locally, when it opens Pluralith, it could just open the standard browser with the UI rendered. However this would allow it to interplay with CICD in the future, where plan output could be linked to a link with the UI rendered on a pipeline, kind of maybe like Codecov does it for Terraform e.g.

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  • terraform-cost-estimation

    Anonymized, secure, and free Terraform cost estimation based on Terraform plan (0.12+) or Terraform state (any version)

    Could be relatively simple, just filter out everything that you don't need. Possibly as a separate cli tool for transparency. For example, Terraform Cost Estimation by Anton Babenko uses a jq script to do this.

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