A Clojure S2I Builder for OpenShift

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In this quickstart, learn how to run Clojure on OpenShift with a custom Source-to-Image (S2I) builder image using OpenShift’s incremental build capability and in an environment where all actions are taken inside OpenShift, except the editing of Clojure code.

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Using Clojure on OpenShift

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I’ve been a Lisp guy since undergraduate days, and in the JVM phase of my career that has meant Clojure. Though it’s been many years since I coded as a day job, Clojure is my go-to for playing around to see how things work. This often makes for an extra bit of fun since there isn’t always a previously-blazed path for Clojure.

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A Guide to Effortless Spring on OpenShift

OpenShift QuickStart & Cartridges makes the Getting Started experience for Spring developers really simple. By forking the existing OpenShift Spring QuickStart as a starting point, I’ll show you how you can simply replace the sample application with your own Spring application and quickly make your own re-usable QuickStart which can be shared with the rest of the community in a few simple steps.

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Quickstarts Have Been Moved

We recently blogged about deleting some of our quickstarts that were also being maintained by a community upstream. We got caught up in the excitement of cleaning up our GitHub repository and have also decided to move some quickstarts around. We are moving most quickstarts into openshift-quickstart so that they’ll be easier to find and […]

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Quickstart Maintenance Moves UpstreamProcess

We’ve also moved a few quickstart repositories. No action is needed, but you can get more information here. Moving Upstream A number of our quickstarts were started by the OpenShift team, but are now being maintained by the community. This is a great thing and shows the growth of our community. In order to prevent […]

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