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Announcing odo: Developer-focused CLI for Red Hat OpenShift

Announcing odo: Developer-focused CLI for Red Hat OpenShift

Following the first announcement of odo earlier in the year, we are pleased to announce the beta release of odo, an official project hosted on the OpenShift GitHub repository. After months of hard work, the beta release indicates that the API is stable and that functionality going forward will not change.

OpenShift Do (odo, for short) is a fast and straightforward CLI for developers who write, build, and iterate constantly on their source code. Instead of using more-refined tools such as oc, odo focuses on the iterative inner-loop cycle of coding (iterating on code changes prior to committing to Git) rather than the management of each application deployed to OpenShift. This article provides an overview of odo’s functionality.

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Easing application development on Red Hat OpenShift with odo

Easing application development on Red Hat OpenShift with odo

Have you ever developed applications on a platform like Red Hat OpenShift?

I’m a Java developer with more than 15 years of coding experience, and although I’ve been working with OpenShift for more than three years now, I haven’t found it especially easy to use as a day-to-day development platform. Why? There are many reasons, but the key ones involve complexity and speed. In this article, I’ll explain further and provide an introduction to the odo command-line tool.

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