Hi @miroli! Happy to help here.
So, once you’ve initialized a project via the Astronomer CLI, you’ll effectively have to run
astro airflow start to start up a local instance of Airflow on your machine.
To make changes once you have Airflow up and running:
If you’re making changes to any of the following, you have to run
astro airflow stop and then
astro airflow start to re-build your image:
- Dockerfile (FROM statement, Env Vars if needed)
- packages.txt (OS-level packages)
- requirements.txt (Python Packages)
If you make changes to your CODE (
plugins), you can:
- Save changes locally
- Refresh your browser (via localhost:8080)
- See changes
Does that answer your question?