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Runme v3.0 now features Session Outputs, capturing and saving notebook cell outputs alongside the original Markdown file. Like CI/CD pipeline automation... but truly local.
 
February 13, 2024
Pipeline Logs and Artifacts but Locally
What’s New in Runme v2.2
January 31, 2024
What’s New in Runme v2.2
Learn what's new in Runme v2.2 and how v3's headline feature, "Session Outputs," will lift Runme to a new level of infrastructure docs confidence.
Hardening an Ubuntu Server with Runme
December 5, 2023
Hardening an Ubuntu Server with Runme
System hardening is an essential practice that involve securing a system by reducing its vulnerability footprint. But what if we could automate, document and streamline these processes? Enter Runme, a powerful tool that simplifies the deployment of applications and execution of commands.
Unleashing Efficiency: The Auto-Save Feature in Runme
November 21, 2023
Unleashing Efficiency: The Auto-Save Feature in Runme
The Auto-Save feature in Runme doesn’t just safeguard your work, providing a seamless and hassle-free way to ensure that your work is continuously saved to the Runme Cloud; it’s also super handy for getting a teammate involved in troubleshooting.
Escape Confluence: Better Tooling for Internal Operator Docs
November 14, 2023
Escape Confluence: Better Tooling for Internal Operator Docs
Learn what's new in Runme v2.0 and how it's an excellent solution for internal documentation to capture and spread what's otherwise tribal knowledge around your team.
Runbook: What is it?
November 1, 2023
Runbook: What is it?
At its core, a runbook is a documented set of procedures, instructions, and guidelines designed to help IT professionals and operations teams carry out routine tasks, troubleshoot issues, and handle emergency situations effectively.
Shebang Your Runbooks
September 6, 2023
Shebang Your Runbooks
The shebang is a simple and convenient way to ensure that the correct interpreter or program is used to execute a script or program file.
What is a Runbook: A Quick Intro
September 3, 2023
What is a Runbook: A Quick Intro
A runbook is a go-to reference for step-by-step instructions on what to do in a variety of situations. In this article, we'll dive deep into what runbooks are, why they matter, and provide you with real-world examples to illustrate their significance.
Elevating Tasks Over Files in the Runme CLI
July 6, 2023
Elevating Tasks Over Files in the Runme CLI
In today's Runme CLI release, we're shipping Project Mode. Project Mode elevates tasks simplifying the CLI user experience without requiring authors to sacrifice the structure and organization of their markdown files describing runbooks and common workflows.
Embed GitHub Actions in your Docs
June 14, 2023
Embed GitHub Actions in your Docs
Unbreak your docs and runbooks. RUNME combined with GitHub Actions for VS Code lets you understand when to trigger what workflow, monitor results, and stay in control without having to bend over backward.
10 Things You Didn't Know Markdown Could Do
May 16, 2023
10 Things You Didn't Know Markdown Could Do
Read this blog post and find 10 incredible tips that you probably didn’t know and can help you with workflows and local development.
The Hitchhiking Contributor’s Guide to Onboarding Docs in CI/CD
May 3, 2023
The Hitchhiking Contributor’s Guide to Onboarding Docs in CI/CD
All kidding aside, why don’t we continuously integrate our repo's onboarding workflows? It's obvious and easy. Here's a GitHub Action to do the heavy-lifting.
Comparing the Best Node.js Version Managers: nvm, Volta, and asdf
April 25, 2023
Comparing the Best Node.js Version Managers: nvm, Volta, and asdf
In this blog post, we'll compare and contrast three popular Node.js version managers: nvm, volta, and asdf, to help you choose the right one for your development environment.
Visually explore OpenAI's Image APIs without coding custom UI
April 18, 2023
Visually explore OpenAI's Image APIs without coding custom UI
We know chatGPT is cool, but have you heard about DALL-E yet? Learn about AI image editing in this flexible Runme notebook that's easy to share.
ReadmeOps: Integration Testing Markdown Docs in CI/CD
March 28, 2023
ReadmeOps: Integration Testing Markdown Docs in CI/CD
Learn how to leverage Runme v1 to test your docs in CI/CD and all the cool new features you can utilize to deliver seamless developer experience.
How Runme Makes Project Documentation Interactive and Accessible
March 2, 2023
How Runme Makes Project Documentation Interactive and Accessible
The Stateful team has collaborated with the WebdriverIO project to help improve their documentation by making the examples more interactive and accessible using Runme.
Runnable Tutorial Straight From Your Blog Post
February 15, 2023
Runnable Tutorial Straight From Your Blog Post
As a developer, you may often find yourself writing and reading technical blog posts, GitHub project READMEs, Stack Overflow answers and Developer documentation. Have you ever wished you could click a link on any of them to launch and run the commands in VS Code? Check this out!
Runme - Road to Testable Documentation
December 19, 2022
Runme - Road to Testable Documentation
Treat docs like code! Runme’s grand vision is to provide a flexible toolkit to deliver testable docs. Learn about the v1.0 roadmap and how Runme is planning to achieve documentation testability.
Run your README.md in VS Code
October 19, 2022
Run your README.md in VS Code
Run your README.md as an interactive notebook. Zero changes required to the underlying markdown.
Run README.md in your terminal
August 3, 2022
Run README.md in your terminal
Easily run your README commands from the CLI using the rdme tool. Check it out.
Credential Management: What It Is, Best Practices, and Tools
August 1, 2022
Credential Management: What It Is, Best Practices, and Tools
I'll walk you through the subject of credential management, what it is, and why it's essential to guarantee a robust level of security.
The GitHub Action You Need to Publish VS Code Extensions
March 29, 2022
The GitHub Action You Need to Publish VS Code Extensions
In this blog post we’d like to share how Stateful releases its Marquee extension to the VS Code Marketplace and OpenVSX Registry through GitHub Actions.
Five Things Not to Do When Building Your SaaS CLI
March 11, 2022
Five Things Not to Do When Building Your SaaS CLI
If you decide to make a command line tool for your SaaS, great! Here’s a list of things not to do!