You can install the CLI with a
curl utility script,
brew or by downloading the binary from the releases page. Once installed you'll get the
faas-cli command and
Utility script with
$ curl -sSL https://cli.openfaas.com | sudo -E sh
-Eallows for any
http_proxyenvironmental variables to be passed through to the installation bash script.
Non-root with curl (requires further actions as advised after downloading):
$ curl -sSL https://cli.openfaas.com | sh
$ brew install faas-cli
brew release may not run the latest minor release but is updated regularly.
$version = (Invoke-WebRequest "https://api.github.com/repos/openfaas/faas-cli/releases/latest" | ConvertFrom-Json).tag_name (New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile("https://github.com/openfaas/faas-cli/releases/download/$version/faas-cli.exe", "faas-cli.exe")
faas-cli with sudo¶
If you're running the faas-cli with
sudo we recommend using
sudo -E to pass through any environmental variables you may have configured such as a
faas-cli is also available as a Docker image making it convenient for use in CI jobs such as with a Jenkins pipeline or a task in cron.
There is no "latest" tag, so find the version of the CLI you want to use from the tags page on the Docker Hub. These correspond to the release from GitHub.
Build from source¶
The contributing guide has instructions for building from source and for configuring a Golang development environment.