What is Codewind?
VS Code Eclipse Eclipse Che
Installing Eclipse Che for Codewind Adding registries in Che Creating a Codewind workspace in Che Setup to use Tekton Pipelines Using Codewind in Theia OpenShift Do (odo) support in Codewind Using the OpenShift Registry Support for multiple users Installing Kibana and filtering logs in IBM Cloud Private Uninstalling Codewind for Eclipse CheIntelliJ
Local to remote development
Overview Deploying all-in-one Deploying components individually Connecting VS Code to a remote deployment Connecting Eclipse to a remote deployment Removing a remote deploymentWorking with templates
Checking the application and build statuses Importing existing projects Project settings Referencing files external to a project
Creating a Codewind workspace in Che
Use Codewind with Che workspaces to develop your application in a single location.
Creating the Codewind workspace with a devfile
Codewind includes a ready-to-use devfile with its plug-ins.
- Log in to Che. Che loads.
- Go to Workspaces and click Add Workspace.
- Click Import Devfile.
- From Source, click YAML.
- Go to the https://raw.githubusercontent.com/eclipse/codewind-che-plugin/0.9.0/devfiles/0.9.0/devfile.yaml link and copy and paste the contents into the YAML text box in your Che workspace.
- Click Create & Open.
For more sample devfiles, see
Next step: Setup Tekton Pipelines
Last update: Feb 12, 2020