Cloud Code comes with end-to-end Kubernetes support, helping you create a new application from sample applications, customize and develop the application, and deploy and preview your finished app. Cloud Code also supports you along the way with run-ready samples, out-of-the-box configuration snippets, and a tailored debugging experience.
In this tutorial, you'll create a Kubernetes Hello World application from a sample application, test and debug the app locally, create a Google Kubernetes Engine cluster, and finally, deploy and preview your app.
To begin, click the button below to open Cloud Shell and launch the tutorial.
Kubernetes development with Cloud Code
Beyond the tutorial, Cloud Shell has a lot to offer for Kubernetes development. Here's a snapshot of what Cloud Shell with integrated Cloud Code comes with:
- Support for Go, Node.js, Python, Java, and .NET
- Fully functional run and debug-ready starter applications
- Easy creation and editing of configuration files with sample applications, out-of-the-box snippets, and context-based completions
- One-click deploy of your applications from your browser
- 'Watch' mode to allow continuous building and real-time editing of your live application, helping you maintain a tight development inner loop
- Automatic port-forwarding and resource cleanup on application termination
- Debugging and logging support for applications running on Kubernetes clusters
- Cluster creation and management with the Kubernetes Explorer and minikube support
For a detailed look at developing Kubernetes applications with Cloud Code in Cloud Shell, refer to the Kubernetes overview.