Sincerity is a tool for installing and bootstrapping software stacks on top of the JVM. It makes these otherwise tedious tasks easy, simple and fun.
Easy, Simple, Fun
Your Sincerity containers are straightforward development playgrounds. Simply create a new container when you want to try out a new approach. Delete the directory when done, and it's as if nothing ever happened...
Sincerity makes it very easy to try out various applications, libraries and features without going through the pain of manually downloading, installing and configuring them, as it contains single-command plugins that do all the heavy lifting.
Within minutes of downloading Sincerity, you are up and running: it's clean, simple, and "just works."
Ready? Start with the tutorial for a complete tour.
Ready to Rumble
With a single command you can install ready-to-rumble skeletons for these and more:
Sincerity makes it easy for you, the user, to install and upgrade complete products and stacks, or individual modules and libraries, into portable "containers," which are nothing more than straightforward file directories.
According to your preferences, you can use either Sincerity's pretty GUI or the powerful CLI.
Sincerity's growing ecology of plugins makes it especially easy to add powerful features to your product, such as centralized logging and robust daemons with surprisingly minimal fuss. Why reinvent the wheel?
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