Monday, April 13, 2015

OpenShift, Git and Maven

This is very interesting, it appears that by creating the OpenShift Application, it created a whole initial code layout (similar to a Maven Archetype), complete with POM file as the first commit in the git repository.

Here is what I saw when viewing the log for the cloned Git repository that OpenShift created:

I've always believed in trying to follow the best practices and standard approaches whenever I come into an environment.

For example, when doing Java Development, I follow the camelCase method naming approach; when doing C# development, I follow the PascalCase method naming approach.

In keeping with this tradition, I'm going to try and use Maven, seeing as how OpenShift coreated a pom.xml on my behalf. 

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