For instructions on how to use this application with OpenShift, start by reading the Developer Guide.
The source code for this application is available to be forked from the OpenShift GitHub repository. You can configure a webhook in your repository to make OpenShift automatically start a build whenever you push your code:
After you save your webhook, if you refresh your settings page you can see the status of the ping that Github sent to OpenShift to verify it can reach the server.
Note: adding a webhook requires your OpenShift server to be reachable from GitHub.
If you forked the application from the OpenShift GitHub example, you'll need to manually clone the repository to your local system. Copy the application's source code Git URL and then run:
$ git clone <git_url> <directory_to_create> # Within your project directory # Commit your changes and push to OpenShift $ git commit -a -m 'Some commit message' $ git push
After pushing changes, you'll need to manually trigger a build if you did not setup a webhook as described above.
Documentation on how to manage your application from the Web Console or Command Line is available at the Developer Guide.
You can use the Web Console to view the state of your application components and launch new builds.
With the OpenShift command line interface (CLI), you can create applications and manage projects from a terminal.
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