A Shell For Kubernetes: kube-shell

Andrew Pruski shows us kube-shell:

One tool that I’ve recently come across is kube-shell, an integrated shell for working with Kubernetes. What’s great about it is that it’s cross-platform and has intellisense for kubectl.
Installation is a cinch! The prerequisites are python and pip, which can be downloaded from here.

That auto-complete is quite useful.

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