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  • 1. Creating an SDK App In Cloud9!
  • 2. GitHub• Go to https://github.com and create or login to a github account
  • 3. Fork AppTemplate• open https://github.com/RallyApps/AppTemplate• click "Fork"• If asked, choose to fork to your github account
  • 4. Cloud9 Login• Go to: https://c9.io• Click on the github icon to log in with your github account
  • 5. Clone the AppTemplate Repo1. Click AppTemplate2. Click CLONE TO EDIT 2 1
  • 6. Clone the AppTemplate Repo (alt.)Click Create
  • 7. Create a new app with Rake• In the Cloud 9 console, run (go to view > console and click if not checked) 1. rake new["MyApp","2.0p4","hackathon.rallydev.com"] 2. rake12 Click on AppTemplate to expand. You should see the App project files: •App.js - your apps main source file •App-debug.html - for running the app in development •deploy > App.html - for deploying your app to a Rally panel
  • 8. Refresh Project Files 1. Right click apptemplate 2. Click Refresh1 2
  • 9. Edit App.jsMake any changes to your app and save...
  • 10. Open Your App! • Open App-Debug.html • Click Preview
  • 11. Dont forget to commit!
  • 12. And if things go wrong...• Refresh the page! o Cmd+R o F5