OpenShift Ecosystem: Microsoft Visual Studio , OpenShift and .NET with Click2Cloud
September 1, 2016 | by
Red Hat OpenShift 3 provides an API, Web Console and CLI for interfacing with the environment. However, learning these tools and remembering additional commands can become one more hurdle for a developer, which can slow adoption.
Step 2 – Launch the extension and Sign-in to OpenShift 3 environment
Step 3 – Create Project, .NET application from custom templates or open existing project
Step 4 - View Webhook URL for the newly created application or for a running one and trigger a new build by sending a request to OpenShift API endpoint.
Step 5 – View Pod, Build Logs from OpenShift 3 and Start Build
Please Note: Users can use Click2Cloud’s ASP.NET 5.0 Docker builder image to create a .NET based application in OpenShift.
In addition to the Visual Studio plugin, we also provide a Docker Explorer plugin that can be used in tandem for a complete view of your development artifacts -- see it it action here. We are just scratching the surface of what are providing to enhance the developer experience with OpenShift for Windows users. If you want to learn more, then check us out at http://click2cloud.net today!
This OpenShift Ecosystem post was created by Prashanth Mishra, VP, Business Dev. at Click2Cloud Inc.
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