After registration, you will be landing on the welcome panel that will guide you through the configuration process.
Please click on Configure My Repository button to proceed. If you close this panel from the X button, you will have the chance to open it again clicking on the Settings->Preferences located in the upper-right corner.
Proceed to My Repository configuration as explained in Configure My Repository page
Note: My Repository can be configured also from the Solution Center - > CDE by clicking on the button Repository Connection as in the next image.
After repository configuration, the welcome panel will display a series of functions. Horizontally, there are four shortcut buttons each of them will direct you to the respective platform function. Therefore, you can:
- Create repository
- Create workspace
- Create blockchain network
- Publish an App
In the middle, there are two tabs for platform use cases and video tutorials.
*Note: For expert users, you can proceed and silence this pop-up panel from the checkbox situated on the upper right corner.
Click the App Library in the side-bar menu, choose any sample app, then click the “Download” button.
- Once the download is completed, click on “Dashboard” in the side-bar menu. You will see a new Repository added on the Dashboard. The download progress is indicated in My Repository. When the download is completed you will also receive a notification.
- Click on the Settings icon, then deploy as shown into the next two images.
This will create the workspace. You will see your new workspace under My Workspaces.
- Click on the workspace play icon to kickstart the workspace, then click on the workspace name to open the IDE.
- Depending on the application downloaded, you should see the IDE that can be VsCode or Eclipse style. :
Read Manage workspaces for more information about managing workspaces.
We support various programming languages when using an implementation of Eclipse style IDE or VsCode IDE in the cloud. Here are some examples:
Read here for more information programming in the stacks section.
Updated about 2 years ago