I added Vagrant support to quickness now too. I’m pretty keen on the idea of working with homogenous environments. Just send around an install script and we can replicate anything anyone else is working on in a somewhat trivial manner.
Vagrant is awesome. Check it out.
If you have vagrant setup, you can do this to configure the VM.
$ git clone https://github.com/j2labs/quickness.git $ cd quickness $ vagrant up
Then SSH to the VM and run the bootstrap command
$ vagrant ssh Q: quick_new
Then install whatever you want. It supports Node.js, Tornado, Erlang. You can guess what I choose.
Q: quick_install brubeck
Fresh EC2 Instances
The experience is almost the same if this was a totally fresh ec2 instance.
$ sudo apt-get -y install git-core $ git clone https://github.com/j2labs/quickness.git $ source quickness/etc/profile
Then bootstrap the system and install something.
Q: quick_new Q: quick_install brubeck
Here are all the things quickness knows how to install: https://github.com/j2labs/quickness/tree/master/formulas.