The State Tool offers a number of methods for simplifying and securing your Project configuration and integrating it with your development environment.
For information on installing the State Tool, see the installation guide.
This section outlines the steps you need to take to get up and running with the State Tool. The optional steps allow for advanced configuration of you development environment, but may not be necessary for simpler projects.
Use the following workflow to get started with the State Tool:
state activatecommand, the State Tool creates an “activated” environment, which allows you to work in an isolated environment with the exact language runtime version and set of packages you need for your coding project.
activestate.yamlfile. The State Tool has a secret management solution built in for managing any confidential values required by your coding project.