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Habitat is an application automation framework that allows you to build applications that have automation built-in. This provides modern applications that:
- Provide repeatable builds
- Run from single, immutable assets
- Allow for runtime configuration for multiple deployment scenarios
- Are agnostic to operating environment (works the same on bare metal, virtualization, containers, PaaS)
- Provide idempotent behavior (the same inputs to the same asset provide the same outcome)
- Provide convergent behavior (each service makes progress towards the correct behavior in the face of failure)
- Expose promises to those who rely on it
- Provide a low barrier to entry
- Are language agnostic
To learn more about Habitat, please visit the Habitat website.
The Habitat Builder web application is in the components/builder-web directory. See its README for more information.
Habitat's website and documentation is located in the
www directory of the Habitat source code. See its README for more information.
We are always looking for more opportunities for community involvement. Interested in contributing? Check out our CONTRIBUTING.md the Rustlang reference materials below or our UX_PRINCIPLES docto get started!
See BUILDING.md for platform specific info on building Habitat from source.
Useful reference material
- The Rust Programming Language
- Rust by Example
- Introduction to Bash programming
- Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide
- Writing Robust Bash Shell Scripts
- Wikibook: Bourne Shell Scripting
- What is the difference between test, [ and [[ ?
- POSIX Shell Command Language
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