gNMIc got better with YANG-completions
gnmic was the first opensource project that I’ve been part of that got widely adopted. As the maintainers of a public project, Karim and I were wondering when would we get the first external contribution.
To our surprise, the very first external contribution laid out the foundation to one of the most exciting features of
gnmic - YANG-Completions.
I thought that the best way to describe what YANG-completions is showing you a quick demo augmented with some comments. This resulted in this twitter-series:
💻Fellow Network Automation engineers,— Roman Dodin (@ntdvps) October 21, 2020
today is a special day for YANG-based automation as we release the "YANG-completions" feature with gnmic v0.4
I have only 1m30s to convince you that it is a dream turned into reality (or a black magic 💀)https://t.co/Nylyay1pl4 pic.twitter.com/IOnumRCOZi
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