Articles tagged with:blog

Packaging Source that Needs a Patch

Habitat packages modern frameworks and legacy applications. In either case, dependencies within your application may bring you in contact with a legacy, lower level library that is not already packaged by someone else in the Habitat community.

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  • person iconFranklin Webber
  • calendar iconFeb 17, 2018

Habitat Can Now Run in OpenShift

With the 0.53.0 release of Habitat, we're happy to announce that users can now run their Habitat-exported Docker containers on the OpenShift platform! In this post we'll show you what you need to do to run your own apps in OpenShift, as well as what...

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  • person iconChristopher Maier
  • calendar iconFeb 7, 2018

Introducing Runtime Environment Variables

Today, we'd like to introduce a new feature for Habitat packages that should make it easier to create packages that work the way you want automatically without a lot of extra work from plan authors. Lots of users have asked for this for a while, and...

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  • person iconChristopher Maier
  • calendar iconNov 30, 2017

Introducing Composites

We're excited to talk about a new preview feature in Habitat that we feel will unlock some more interesting use cases that community members have been wanting for a while. In this post, we'll talk about composite packages and how they might help you...

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  • person iconChristopher Maier
  • calendar iconOct 18, 2017