k8s-kotlin-dsl - Kotlin DSL for Kubernetes configs

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Kotlin DSL for Kubernetes and Openshift Container Platform on top of fabric8 models. Let's check out how to create an Ingress via fabric8 client. Don't forget to add a dependency on io.fabric8:kubernetes-client:${kubernetes_client_version}.

https://github.com/fkorotkov/k8s-kotlin-dsl

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