James Posted May 28, 2022 Share Posted May 28, 2022 YAML (YAML Ain’t Markup Language) is a frequently used data serialization language that is often used as configs for tools such as Kubernetes, Jenkins and serverless framework, it is supported in some fashion by most popular programming languages. More often than not we are keeping these YAML files in version control…so how do we enforce a consistent format/style and ensure we always push up validated YAML files. If we have a strict schema, how would you check 100s of YAMLs in one batch or quickly check a single file on the CLI is valid. Why wait for your app to tell you a YAML file is wrong when deployed when you can do it quickly on the CLI? Read Article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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