Getting started with Fn Project by Peter Jausovec


I am not one of those lucky ones who can simply read a whitepaper/code/docs and can quickly figure out how things work without trying things out in practice. I need to install things, run things and play with them to get a feeling for how stuff works. If I get stuck, that’s when I am going to read the docs and code to see what I am missing.

In this series, I decided to figure out how Fn project works, how to run it, use it and even extend it. Fn project is a container native, cloud agnostic serverless platform.

The Basics — install and run

This section goes through installing the Fn server, starting it and then creating a simple function and invoking it.

You will need Docker on your machine in order to run Fn and once you have that, you can install the Fn with brew: Read the complete article here.

Developer Partner Community

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