In the next sections, we’ll walk through using jack in detail. You will create an Elastic Beanstalk environment from scratch and use jack to manage it. This will give you a chance to learn how jack works and experiment with the most commonly used jack commands. By the end you will have successfully mananged and updated Elastic Beanstalk environments with jack.

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