|Figure 1: follow link to launch |
the Express Console
|Figure 2: preview Express|
|Figure 3: choose a type |
Since this user already has created a domain and has existing applications setup, we just need to start by using the Create a New Application button. This takes us to the first of three steps where we will choose a type of application, which will be the JBoss Application Server 7.1 chosen by the Select button shown in figure 3.
|Figure 4: create application|
|Figure 5: next steps|
git clone ssh://email@example.com/~/git/kitchensinkhtml5.git/ cd kitchensinkhtml5/Once that is done we need to pull in our existing kitchensink code base:
cd kitchensinkhtml5 git remote add upstream -m master git://github.com/eschabell/kitchensink-html5-mobile-example.git git pull -s recursive -X theirs upstream master
You should see the mobile member registration application as shown here in figure 6.
|Figure 6: mobile application|
A final action that you can do with the new OpenShift Express Web Management Console is to destroy your application. As we only get five instances at a time, you will soon find yourself creating and destroying Express instances with ease.
|Figure 7: delete application|
|Figure 8: application deleted|
In this article we have covered the very basics of the newly released OpenShift Express Web Administration Console. We have shown you how to view your applications, create a new application and how to free up an Express instance by destroying one of your applications.