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Starter kits


In the Overview section we describe why Start Kits provide a perfect on ramp to help projects get started. The Developer Tools project is providing a set of seed templates that can be used to get projects moving quickly and focusing on use case business logic.

Read up on why you should start with a Starter Kit and if you have not already tried to deploy your first app to show you how easy it is to get started

Here are links to the base set of Starter Kits provided for the Cloud-Native Toolkit.

  • To use the Starter Kits, click on the link and then the Template button to create a version in your own git organization.

  • Then clone it onto your local machine and then use igc pipeline to register it with your Jenkins server.

    oc login
    oc get pods
    git clone <code pattern> | cd <code pattern>
    oc sync <project> --dev
    oc pipeline
  • If you are bringing your own code run the oc enable command to add a Helm chart and make sure you code exposes a /health endpoint and the values.yaml is exposing the correct port for your application.

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