Creating an application
Create a Kubernetes application with the Cloud Code using a starter template.
Using an existing Kubernetes application with Cloud Code
Configure an existing Kubernetes application to use with Cloud Code.
Working with Google Cloud and Kubernetes YAML
Edit YAML files with snippets, auto-complete, and other optimizations, with Cloud Code.
Running a Kubernetes application
Run a Kubernetes application with the Cloud Code and preview it live.
Debugging a Kubernetes application
Debug and view logs for your running application with Cloud Code's built-in support.
Attaching a debugger to a Kubernetes pod
Attach a debugger to a Kubernetes podwith Cloud Code's built-in support.
Using the Kubernetes Explorer
Use the Kubernetes Explorer to manage your resources with Cloud Code.
Using the GKE explorer
Use the Google Kubernetes Engine Explorer with Cloud Code.
Adding a cluster
Add a Kubernetes cluster with Cloud Code.
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