That's it-- you're now ready to use didkit's CLI. For comprehensive documentation of CLI commands, see GitHub, and for a more skimmable overview, see "Core Functions") here. For example, these basic commands should confirm the installation was successful:
You're also ready to spin up a didkit-powered HTTP server for internal or external use, depending on your context. For comprehensive documentation of the HTTP commands, see GitHub, and for a more skimmable overview, see the HTTP server. The HTTP server can be spun up with a single command if passed a key and some flags, and will respond with the port on which it will listen for valid calls:
./target/debug/didkit-http -k key.jwk
Listening on http://127.0.0.1:51467/
More detailed installation instructions and variants, including Docker instructions, can be found on the next page.