OK so you have got the jx CLI and you either
So whats next?
Well the Using Jenkins X section contains the next steps you may want to try out, such as
- create a new Spring Boot application and import it into Jenkins X
- create a new quickstart and import it into Jenkins X
- import existing source code into Jenkins X
- browsing for browsing pipelines, builds, apps and activity
You may also want to check out the various demonstrations of what you can do with Jenkins X
If you’re looking for a UI, there is one available for the CloudBees Jenkins X Distribution. It should normally work on OSS Jenkins X as well, though CloudBees won’t support it unless you’re also using their distribution. You can read more about it here: Using the CloudBees Jenkins X Distribution user interface
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