What is Bitnami Stacksmith?
Pick your favorite development environments ready-to-run including: Python, Java, PHP, Go, Ruby and Node. Layer on the web frameworks you need to kick-start your project including: Symfony, Express, Rails, and Django.
Bitnami Stacksmith is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
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Bitnami Stacksmith's Features
- Creates custom container images in minutes, then lets you share them using a simple URL
- Sends notifications of security issues and out-of-date components straight to your inbox
- Makes it easy to package your web application or service in a unique container image
- Builds on top of Bitnami’s curated runtimes and components so you can develop new features more quickly and keep them up-to-date with less effort
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