NOTE: Before you proceed you need to have nodejs and npm installed and Visual Studio Code.
- Open Visual Studio Code and go to Extensions tab and find "App Creator Tool".
- Install "App Creator Tool" extension.
- Create new application to work on it.
- Use "Project Properties" to customize properties of your feature pack.
- App ID and App Secret is needed for feature pack build.
- For proxy development you need to set your CloudUX address and "Development server port" to 443.
- In integrated terminal type
npm install and wait for modules to install.
- If you are on Windows press Win + R and type
- Use the following path to import certificate: Trusted Root Certification Authorities -> Certificates.
- Right click on Certificates. Go to All Tasks -> Import... Press Import...
- In the "File name" section browse to ca.crt in your project folder and add the certificate to trusted.
- Check correct installation: you need to see "Test CA" in the list of the trusted certificates.
- Click F5 or in integrated terminal type
npm start to run development proxy.
- !!Notice: you don't need to deploy your feature pack to be able to see it in proxy mode!!
- !!Notice: Your CloudUX address must be specified in "Project Properties" and it must be running to be able to use proxy development mode!!
NOTE: For building you need to have docker and helm installed and available in $PATH on your machine.
- Once development is done and AppID, AppSecret, Organization were set in "Project Properties" you can build your feature pack.
- Under "Build" section click "Build feature-pack" button to start the process.
- When build process is done you will get notification from VSCode.
- In your project folder you will be able to see featurepack_name.zip file ready for deployment.