The User Interface for The Datacenter Operating System.
The DC/OS UI is used by datacenter operators to administer and manage a datacenter. Developers use DC/OS UI to manage, deploy and debug their applications. The DC/OS UI sits at the top of the DC/OS stack along with the CLI.
Setting Up a Development Environment
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:dcos/dcos-ui.git && cd dcos-ui npm i # Add developer files for config overrides. E.g. to enable plugins. npm run util:scaffold # start the development server against an existing cluster CLUSTER_URL=<MY-CLUSTER> npm start
If you prefer to use docker, you might want to try docker-compose:
docker-compose up -d docker-compose exec toolchain /bin/bash # This opens bash inside of the docker container CLUSTER=URL=<MY-CLUSTEr> npm start
To create a bump PR against DCOS, you can run
You'll need some credentials that you can get from the
Once the bump-PR is up, please ensure that all addressed issues are mentioned in
the PRs description. Afterwards comment on the PR:
@mesosphere-mergebot backport 2.1 2.0 1.13. Please have a look at all
Changes.mds and update those if needed. Get those PRs merged, done!
See more at the Testing section of the Contribution Guidelines.
License and Author
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