Kui offers a new development experience for building cloud-native applications. By combining the power of familiar CLIs with visualizations in high-impact areas, Kui enables you to manipulate complex JSON and YAML data models, integrate disparate tooling, and Provides quick access to aggregate views of operational data. Quick Install
We offer prebuilt releases that offer Kubernetes support:
Kui-MacOS.tar.bz2 | Kui-Linux-x . zip | Kui-Win
These clients leverage the core framework hosted in this repository, combined with the Kubernetes plugins hosted here . Visit the Kui Installation Guide for installation details and alternative installation options.
For example, to see a visual summary of your Kubernetes pods, issue this command from your favorite terminal: (Example Command) Thumbnail of Output kubectl kui get pods –ui
Without the - ui option, Kui will display the output in your terminal directly; you will observe that the output is identical to that of
Now try clicking on a row. You should see the "sidecar" sweep in from the right. This split screen mode allows you to drill down to the details of your pods. You can click on one, then another, for rapid inspection of several of your resources. The animated gif should give you a sense of the possibilities (click on it to see a larger version).
Kui as a Tool Platform
Kui can form the basis for delivering CLI-driven GUI experiences. Here are a few such uses of Kui:)
If you want to create your own client, with a custom theme, custom icons, and an enhanced set of commands, you can start here:
- API documentation for authoring new commands
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