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Cloud Development and Deployment with CloudBees by Nicolas De loof

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Making changes and updating the application

Let's edit the application sources and add our own stuff to customize it to our needs. On a basic Tomcat web application, customization is not the adequate term as the code skeleton doesn't provide much, and we have to configure our favorite web framework and utility classes; but at least, we have a base project structure to get started quickly. If you're familiar with Maven archetype , this is mostly comparable at this stage.

After making some changes to our app, let's commit and push it to CloudBees:

git.add
git commit -m "I made some changes"
git push origin master

Note

If you are not familiar with a distributed SCM such as Git, you just need to know that sending changes to a CloudBees-hosted repository ...

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