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· 7 min read
Mateusz Szostok

Our first blog post focused strongly on why—why we created Capact, what's the general concept behind it. Now it's time for showing how—how you can use it.

Although, there are many ways to get started with Capact, today we will focus on your perspective as a Capact User.

The recommended way to try out Capact quickly is to set up a local environment.

# Create local k3d clustercapact env create k3d# Install Capactcapact install# Log in interactively to the Capact Gatewaycapact login https://gateway.capact.local# You're all set! Enjoy using Capact!

Detailed instructions are already nicely described in our local installation tutorial. Once you have Capact up and running, we can start!

· 10 min read
Mateusz Szostok
Paweł Kosiec

Did you know that it's already been 16 months since Capact was born?

In a previous blog post, we discussed some of the problems Capact aims to solve. This time, Capact maintainers took some time to answer questions you might have if you're considering contributing to the project.

What's it like to build a cloud-native platform from scratch? What is it like to work in Capact? What are the biggest challenges? How to start with Go? Read on to get the answers!