Start the Stackery dashboard in local editing mode
Start a local proxy server that proxies requests from your web browser to the Stackery dashboard in local editing mode. HTTP is used between the browser and the local proxy server, but HTTPS is used between the proxy server and the Stackery dashboard. This proxy may be disabled with '--no-proxy'.
Depending on the host OS, the edit command will attempt to open your browser on the localhost proxy server. Otherwise, the URL of the proxy server is printed for you to copy/paste into your browser address bar.
The current working directory is used as the root of the project.
If the stack exists on the Stackery server, the stack-name may be given to enable additional editing capabilities.
stackery edit [flags]
-h, --help help for edit --host string Local hostname or IP address to bind to (default "localhost") --no-proxy Direct the user to the Stackery dashboard directly, instead of to the stackery CLI's proxy for the dashboard. --proxy-port int Port for proxy to app.stackery.io (default 11620) -n, --stack-name string The stack name (default none) -t, --template-path string Path to stack template relative to CWD (default "template.yaml")
Options inherited from parent commands
--non-interactive Skip user inputs
- stackery - Stackery command line tool