- Go version v1.13+
- Docker version 17.03+
- Kubectl version v1.11.3+
- Kustomize version v3.1.0+
- Kubebuilder version v2.0.0+
# dowload latest craft binary from releases and extract curl -L https://github.com/salesforce/craft/releases/download/0.1.7/craft.tar.gz | tar -xz -C /tmp/ # move to a path that you can use for long term sudo mv /tmp/craft /usr/local/craft export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/craft/bin
Instead of having to add to PATH everytime you open a new terminal, we can add our path to PATH permanently.
$ sudo vim /etc/paths
Add the line "/usr/local/craft/bin" at the end of the file and save the file.
From the command line, cd into a directory where you'd like to store your CRAFT application and run this command:
This will initiate a CRAFT application in your current directory and create the following skeleton files:
- controller.json: This file holds Custom Resource Definition (CRD) information like group, domain, operator image, and reconciliation frequency.
- resource.json: This file contains the schema information for validating inputs while creating the CRD.
Follow the Wordpress operator tutorial to understand how to use CRAFT to create and deploy an operator into a cluster. This deep-dive tutorial demonstrates the entire scope and scale of a CRAFT application.