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Downloads of v 0.13.6:
23 Feb 2021
- Alex Ellis
Tags:faas-cli faas openfaas serverless kubernetes docker swarm functions function faas-netes
Official CLI for OpenFaaS
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This is a CLI for use with OpenFaaS - a serverless functions framework for Docker & Kubernetes.
> Before using this tool please setup OpenFaaS by following instructions over on the main repo.
The CLI can be used to build and deploy functions to OpenFaaS. You can build OpenFaaS functions from a set of supported language templates (such as Node.js, Python, CSharp and Ruby). That means you just write a handler file such as (handler.py/handler.js) and the CLI does the rest to create a Docker image.
Demo: ASCII cinema
TL;DR - Introductory tutorial
Run the CLI
The main commands supported by the CLI are:
faas-cli new- creates a new function via a template in the current directory
faas-cli login- stores basic auth credentials for OpenFaaS gateway (supports multiple gateways)
faas-cli logout- removes basic auth credentials for a given gateway
faas-cli up- a combination of
build/push and deploy
faas-cli build- builds Docker images from the supported language types
faas-cli push- pushes Docker images into a registry
faas-cli deploy- deploys the functions into a local or remote OpenFaaS gateway
faas-cli remove- removes the functions from a local or remote OpenFaaS gateway
faas-cli invoke- invokes the functions and reads from STDIN for the body of the request
faas-cli store- allows browsing and deploying OpenFaaS store functions
faas-cli secret- manage secrets for your functions
faas-cli auth- (alpha) initiates an OAuth2 authorization flow to obtain a cookie
FaaS-CLI Developers / Contributors
See contributing guide.
This project is part of OpenFaaS and is licensed under the MIT License.
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.13.5||24||Friday, February 19, 2021||Approved|
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.12.21||84||Tuesday, December 15, 2020||Approved|
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.11.8||129||Monday, February 24, 2020||Approved|
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.11.3||115||Wednesday, December 18, 2019||Approved|
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.8.23||109||Friday, August 2, 2019||Approved|
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|Official CLI for OpenFaaS 0.8.21||97||Tuesday, July 9, 2019||Approved|
|Official CLI for the OpenFaaS Serverless framework 0.5.0||708||Tuesday, November 14, 2017||Approved|
|Official CLI for the OpenFaaS Serverless framework 0.4.20.20171029||250||Sunday, October 29, 2017||Approved|
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