We’re running public betas on new versions of flyctl… so you can be the first to try out and report on some of the new functionality we’re bringing to the fore (or get your favourite issue resolved).
These include new “builtin” builders which you can select when you init your App. Node, Ruby, Deno, Go and a static web server are available. No Dockerfile needed. Just init and deploy. Ideal for your quick instance. Browse them with the
flyctl builtins list command. If you want to know more about a particular builtin, try
flyctl builtins show builtinname. Tell us how they work for you! And tell us what you’d like builtin…
When you use the
flyctl certs commands to set up your TLS/SSL certificates, flyctl will now try and help you by telling you what to do next…so if you have a domain certificate you want set up, use the flyctl command line and see how useful flyctl’s guidance is and let us know too!
There’s also a a new
orgs command, bringing organizational creation to the command line. It’s missing the feature that lets you add users to the organization (you can do that from the web-ui still) but it’s here as an early peek-ette as we fill it out.
There’s also a set of dns commands, as mentioned in Feature Preview: DNS + domains - these are a preview and like everything in the beta subject to change.
Remember as always it is a beta, and we don’t recommend you run it on your production systems.
To install it on mac or Linux:
curl -L https://fly.io/install.sh | sh -s prerel
To revert to a non-beta release
curl -L https://fly.io/install.sh | sh
Got questions? Ask here! Got a problem with the beta? Tell us here! Got answers? Let people know here! Got… you know the drill