Before we begin...
Before we start lab 2 and create a new project, let's provide an option for you if you are
just interested in exploring a completed project instead of build it from scratch.
Click here to jump to importing a fully completed project
and instructions on how to run it.
If you want to complete the entire workshop, just continue to next slide.
Decision central layout
After logging in, you see a layout of 2 groups by functionality:
functionality available options
Using Design Tooling
Hover over Design to highlight it and click on tool:
You've entered Spaces, the initial
MySpace is empty.
There are 4 tabs: Projects, Contributors, Metrics, and Settings.
MySpace - Contributors
Contributors tab, let's add your user
Contributors tab to open
MySpace - Contributors overview
You see a single
admin user listed, we need to add you
Click the far right
Add Contributor button:
MySpace - Adding contributors
Adding erics as contributor by typing
erics in the open field, leave as
Owner and click
Metrics - Empty for now...
Click on tab
Metrics to view empty tables and graphs
This fills up after you work on projects, so check back later
Settings - Empty for now...
Click on tab
Settings to view empty section
For each project you will find future settings here...
Projects - Viewing options
Click on tab
Projects getting back to main tab
Click on the
down arrow next to
Add Project to show
option for case management project (DO NOT SELECT):
Projects - Creating new project
Add Project, which generates pop-up:
Projects - Advanced options
Show Advanced Options, we'll need these:
Projects - Creating retail web shop
Fill in the project details as shown and click on
Alerts - Viewing generated alerts
At the bottom (expand pane if needed) see the
This lists actions taken as you work, acts like a log:
Breadcrumbs - Navigation options
Note generated structure at top, called breadcrumbs, for navigation
MySpace -> retail-webshop -> master branch):
MySpace - Back to view
MySpace breadcrumb to view the project now
This is the project listing with just one project you created:
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Appendix: Evaluating full project
In case you're not interested in building this project from scratch, we provide
importing the project as follows:
MENU (top) -> DESIGN: Projects
In pop-up window, provide following:
- Repository URL:
- Click on IMPORT button
- Select RETAIL-WEBSHOP project and click OK to complete import
Appendix: Deploying project