I’m happy to share with you our experiment at using Blockstack in a terminal environment.
Keystone.sh is an open-source system for developers to store, share and use secrets with other developers. Everything can be done through our cli and we released the 1.0.0 version this week.
We are using it at my web agency to handle applications tokens in local development but also in CI/CD setups. No more sharing over slack or worse, emails.
Our team can’t wait to get your feedback!
I hope our work will help other developers bring more blockstack apps to the terminal.
Behind the scenes:
- Why we think there’s a need for a solution like this one : Git for managing code, Keystone for managing secrets
- It’s easy to add team members with the help of an email invitation process. Privacy is kept by sending only the necessary data: blockstack ids, project ids, emails.
- The system handles multiple users working on the same files with a versioning system
- Customize your prompt to show the current environment and files status**
- Add autocompletion to Keystone commands in your bash**
If you had the chance to choose, what command line apps you would like to see coming on Blockstack?
** I’m limited to 2 links as a new member. You can find the tutorials in the Recipes section in the documentation.