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Getting Started with Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces

Eliminate the "works on my machine" problem with container-based development and in-browser IDE for rapid cloud development.

Docs and APIs

There are many resources to help you get started with CodeReady Workspaces - here on the Red Hat Developer Program site, on the Red Hat Customer Portal, and in the upstream documentation for Eclipse Che V6. We think you'll find these particularly useful: 

Documentation for CodeReady Workspaces

Release Notes

 

Installation Guide

 

Administration Guide

VIDEO: Creating a factory in Eclipse Che

 

VIDEO: Creating a custom stack in Eclipse Che

 

Upstream documentation for Eclipse Che V6

 

LIVE TRIAL: A fully configured workspace

Use a factory to open a workspace with a Tomcat server and a sample application
(requires a free openshift.io account)

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    Community

    CodeReady Workspaces is a great product for building applications. But what if you find something that needs fixing or have a new feature to suggest? By getting involved with the community you can give feedback, improve the docs, review code and discuss and propose new features whenever they're needed. Answering user questions or taking part in development discussions is also a great way to build a reputation for collaboration and expertise in your field.

    For more information on the upstream Eclipse Che project, see eclipse.org/che. Take a look at the project README page in GitHub as well. 

    No matter what your skill level, contributing to the project can be very rewarding and a great learning experience. You'll meet lots of smart, passionate developers who are all driven to create the best development tooling possible in open source! You don't have to be an expert to get involved and it doesn't have to take a lot of time.