Tutorial EC2: lono new ec2
The first command we’ll walk through is the
lono new command. Here’s the command with some output to focus on learning.
$ lono new ec2 => Creating new project called ec2. create ec2 create ec2/.gitignore create ec2/Gemfile create ec2/Guardfile create ec2/README.md create ec2/app/definitions/base.rb create ec2/config/settings.yml create ec2/welcome.txt create ec2/app/helpers create ec2/app/partials create ec2/app/scripts create ec2/app/templates create ec2/app/user_data create ec2/config/params create ec2/config/variables create ec2/output => Installing dependencies with: bundle install => Initialize git repo ================================================================ Congrats 🎉 You have successfully created a lono project. Cd into your project and check things out: cd ec2 Add and edit templates for your project. When you are ready to launch a CloudFormation stack run: lono cfn create STACK_NAME You can also get started quickly by importing other CloudFormation templates into lono. For example: lono import https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/cloudformation-templates-us-west-2/EC2InstanceWithSecurityGroupSample.template --name ec2 To re-generate your templates without launching a stack, you can run: lono generate The generated CloudFormation templates are in the output/templates folder. The generated stack parameters are in the output/params folder. Here's the command with some output filtered to focus on learning. More info: http://lono.cloud/ $
The new command does a few things:
- Generates a starter lono project structure
- Installs the project’s dependencies
- Initialized a git repository
- Displays a welcome message and provides some guidance on what to do next
Let’s focus on the project structure since this might be your first time looking at a lono.
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