A quick update: You can now put in a bundle URL from the charm store in
addition to a raw HTTP address to get an SVG/PNG/PDF/XML render.
Examples on the homepage have been updated, they're repeated here for your
On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 9:48 AM James Donner <james.don...@canonical.com>
> This is a godsend.
> It used to be incredibly difficult to gather images of Juju bundles, but
> this tool removes so many steps from the process I used to have to take.
> Awesome work Marco!
> On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 9:37 PM, Marco Ceppi <marco.ce...@canonical.com>
> Hey everyone,
> A while ago I built a small web app that you could feed raw bundle.yaml
> files to and get back SVG images of the deployment like you would in the
> Charm Store or Juju GUI. This was built for things like Juju Benchmarking
> which shows an image representing the Juju deployment under test. Now it's
> become a resource for those building slides, presentations, blog posts, and
> readme files. However, SVG is not the most approachable format for some of
> these new use cases.
> As a result of this, I've added a raster converter as part of the
> application making bundle.yaml and transform them into transparent PNGs,
> PDF, or XML. The service will continue to default to SVG.
> Here's a few live examples:
> PNG: svg.juju.solutions/?bundle-file=https://[snip]/bundle.yaml&output=png
> PDF: svg.juju.solutions/?bundle-file=https://[snip]/bundle.yaml&output=pdf
> The landing page has been updated to include a quick submission form, no
> more need to hack URLs manually. https://svg.juju.solutions
> Finally, this is an open source project with an accompanying charm:
> * https://github.com/marcoceppi/svg.juju.solutions
> * https://github.com/marcoceppi/layer-charmsvg
> * https://jujucharms.com/u/marcoceppi/charm-svg
> The site is, of course, deployed and managed by Juju.
> Marco Ceppi
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