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  1. AeroGear
  2. AEROGEAR-120 [parent] Update and rework the as-quickstart and as-archetype
  3. AEROGEAR-37

HTML5 Archetype/Quickstart should have instructions added to readme and wiki for deployment to openshift

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    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.0.0.M2
    • Component/s: as-*, examples
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        Jay Balunas
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        The archetype does deploy to openshift, but we do need to add instructions for this to the readme. The wiki will be updated as part of the getting started with POH5

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        Jay Balunas
        added a comment - The archetype does deploy to openshift, but we do need to add instructions for this to the readme. The wiki will be updated as part of the getting started with POH5
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        Jay Balunas
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        qmx - I'd like to take this one, as it will be good for you to get your openshift environment setup, and then document the steps to get the archetype, quickstart deployed.

        For instructions see this video http://vimeo.com/29755371 , and also the end of the video from my webinar - https://community.jboss.org/wiki/GettingStartedWithHTML5MobileWebDevelopmentWithJBoss

        Let me know if you have any issues, or questions, and when you want me to review the readme's.

        For now work with jboss-as github workflow while we finalize our own.

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        Jay Balunas
        added a comment - qmx - I'd like to take this one, as it will be good for you to get your openshift environment setup, and then document the steps to get the archetype, quickstart deployed. For instructions see this video http://vimeo.com/29755371 , and also the end of the video from my webinar - https://community.jboss.org/wiki/GettingStartedWithHTML5MobileWebDevelopmentWithJBoss Let me know if you have any issues, or questions, and when you want me to review the readme's. For now work with jboss-as github workflow while we finalize our own.
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        Jay Balunas
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        Note: JBoss Tools 3.3.M5 added better support for this, and it will need to be reviewed, and detailed forge instructions might not be needed anymore. If that is case I still think having forge instructions will be important, but tools approach should be first.

        The readme would need cover basic instructions, and have links for more details. I would prefer the README not to turn into a book.

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        Jay Balunas
        added a comment - Note: JBoss Tools 3.3.M5 added better support for this, and it will need to be reviewed, and detailed forge instructions might not be needed anymore. If that is case I still think having forge instructions will be important, but tools approach should be first. The readme would need cover basic instructions, and have links for more details. I would prefer the README not to turn into a book.
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        Jay Balunas
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        I just heard from the jboss-as team that they changed all readme files to all caps (README). Please rename the file as part of this task.

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        Jay Balunas
        added a comment - I just heard from the jboss-as team that they changed all readme files to all caps (README). Please rename the file as part of this task.
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        Douglas Campos
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        I'm tracking the JBDS openshift plugin issue (missing validation) here => https://community.jboss.org/thread/177888

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        Douglas Campos
        added a comment - I'm tracking the JBDS openshift plugin issue (missing validation) here => https://community.jboss.org/thread/177888
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        Douglas Campos
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        any feedback on this approach? Does it look good enough?
        https://github.com/qmx/as-archetypes/commit/08487b3bf840d553d4acef9277aafd01d68e55f0

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        Douglas Campos
        added a comment - any feedback on this approach? Does it look good enough? https://github.com/qmx/as-archetypes/commit/08487b3bf840d553d4acef9277aafd01d68e55f0
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        Jay Balunas
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        Small update:

        "You can also deploy the application directly to OpenShift, Red Hat's cloud based PaaS offering, follow the instructions here"

        The "*" are just for marking the updates, not needed for the text. Please be sure to also have this be part of the quickstarts.

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        Jay Balunas
        added a comment - Small update: "You can also deploy the application directly to OpenShift , Red Hat's cloud based PaaS offering, follow the instructions here" The "*" are just for marking the updates, not needed for the text. Please be sure to also have this be part of the quickstarts.

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            Douglas Campos
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            Jay Balunas
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