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  • March 11, 2016

Kubernetes, Node.js, Docker, NetBeans IDE

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager

I worked through this Kubernetes document today and it worked well:


Here below (click to enlarge the image) you see my Node.js project in NetBeans IDE, showing the Docker file and Node.js file, together with Docker visualization in the Services window. From the Docker file, the Docker image can be built, after which it can be run, all from within NetBeans IDE. (Well, you need a development build for the next release of NetBeans IDE, available from the NetBeans Downloads page.)

Handily, NetBeans IDE has a built-in terminal, which I used a lot in this scenario:

At the end of the instructions, I had the Kubernetes Graphical dashboard up and running, showing me my Kubernetes-related data:

Finally, since I'm on Windows, I found this tip and this tip helpful for troubleshooting.

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