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One chart to rule them all

A generic Helm chart for your application deployments.

Because no-one can remember the Kubernetes yaml syntax.

Getting started

Add the OneChart Helm repository:

helm repo add onechart

Check the generated Kubernetes yaml:

helm template my-release onechart/onechart \
  --set image.repository=nginx \
  --set image.tag=1.19.3

Deploy with Helm:

helm install my-release onechart/onechart \
  --set image.repository=nginx \
  --set image.tag=1.19.3

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Contribution Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Gimlet project.

Below are some guidelines and best practices for contributing to this repository:


If you are running a fork of OneChart and would like to upstream a feature, please open a pull request for it.

New Features

If you are planning to add a new feature to OneChart, please open an issue for it first. Helm charts are prone to having too many features, and OneChart want to keep the supported use-cases in-check. Proposed features have to be generally applicable, targeting newcomers to the Kubernetes ecosystem.

Pull Request Process

  • Fork the repository.
  • Create a new branch and make your changes.
  • Open a pull request with detailed commit message and reference issue number if applicable.
  • A maintainer will review your pull request, and help you throughout the process.


Development of OneChart does not differ from developing a regular Helm chart.

The source for OneChart is under charts/onechart where you can locate the Chart.yaml, values.yaml and the templates.

We write unit tests for our helm charts. Pull requests are only accepted with proper test coverage.

The tests are located under charts/onechart/test and use the Helm plugin to run the tests.

For installation, refer to the CI workflow at .github/workflows/build.yaml.

Release process

make all to test and package the Helm chart. The chart archives are put under docs/ together with the Helm repository manifest (index.yaml) It is then served with Github Pages on

Github Actions is used to automate the make calls on git tag events.

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