Understanding the YAML format
YAML Ain't Markup Language (YAML) is a file format used to create human-readable configuration. It is the file format most commonly used to configure Kubernetes resources and is also the format used for many of the files in Helm charts.
Defining key-value pairs
In the preceding example, the
name key is given a
LearnHelm value. In YAML, keys and values are separated by a colon (:). Characters written to the left of the colon represent the key, while characters written to the right of the colon represent the value.
Spacing matters in YAML format. The following line does not constitute a key-value pair: