The visualisation thing looks like a nice to have feature, but nothing a K8s administrator can't live without. What's really interesting is the yaml generator tool. This is something that would significantly improve my productivity if only it were a little bit more uses friendly. Building new deployments/jobs/resources in general involves a lot of 'kubectl explain' invocations and documentation searching, not to mention the painful experience of making sure the yaml is properly indented. This tool has a lot of potential when it comes to improving that experience, but it would have to be simpler and faster, e.g. remove the popup windows after clicking "plus" and instead have a panel at the bottom of the screen. Do something to remove the extra clicks when adding nested items, maybe a tree-list structure with quick-add option? I mean, after you get accustomed with all the fields you don't even need the description anymore, you just want to add new attributes and assign values to them.
 - https://github.com/bitnami/kubecfg
Eg `kubecfg show --web` to bring up an HTTP server that hosts this and lets you inspect the k8s resources that your jsonnet describes.