We’ve added new features in the Red Hat OpenShift 4.6 release to help developers get started faster with the OpenShift web console:
- The default developer perspective is set based on your permissions.
- The developer perspective includes a guided tour.
- Quick starts guide you through common user flows.
- Samples make it easy to deploy new applications on OpenShift.
Keep reading to learn about these new features to improve developer onboarding with the OpenShift web console in OpenShift 4.6.
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In this article, I’ll give you a quick tour of how to use the new MicroProfile Starter (Beta) site to generate, download, and build a Maven-based MicroProfile project with just a few clicks. Using this online project generator, you choose the MicroProfile version and server (such as Thorntail) that you want your project to be based on. Then you’ll be able to choose what example code to include in your project to see how to use the APIs that are part of the MicroProfile specifications such as Config, Health Check, Metrics, CDI, and more.
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could try out a new product within minutes, or even seconds? As a developer your time is limited, and the last thing you want is to spend large amounts of effort downloading, installing, or configuring a product just to try it out. Or even worse, .. get stuck troubleshooting the process of getting a product up and running that you’re not even sure you want to use.
Red Hat is working with Codenvy to make it easier for developers to evaluate Red Hat technologies by allowing them to launch products in a browser-based IDE that is also running a helpful quickstart. It’s as simple as clicking a “Try It Now” button for the product you want to evaluate, and within ~30 seconds you can start editing the quickstart code within a cloud IDE.
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