A command line tool for managing local instances of microservices.
Full documentation available at http://engblog.yext.com/edward/.
Table of Contents
Start multiple services with one command
No need to start each service in its own terminal tab, just run
edward start to build and launch multiple
services in the background!
See status for running services
edward status to see which of your services are up and running, how long for, and on which ports
they are listening.
Follow service logs
Follow stdout and stderr for one or more services with
Restart as needed
Made some changes? Run
edward restart to re-build and re-launch a service.
Auto-restart on edits
Edward will even automatically restart services when source files are changed.
Generate configuration automatically
New services? Run
edward generate to create a config file automatically.
Edward can generate configuration for projects using:
- Other Edward config files
Don't see your project described above? No problem! Edward can be manually configured for any service that can be built and started from the command line.
Edward requires Mac OS or Linux and Go 1.7 or higher.
go get github.com/yext/edward
To update an existing install to the latest version of Edward, run:
go get -u github.com/yext/edward