Kevoree intensively relies on models, which are structured files in JSON or XMI format, used to carry the description of a component, an entire library, the location where the binary files can be found and/or the description of a software system to deploy with all the component instances and their connections.
The Kevoree Editor provides an authoring tool dedicated to Kevoree Models. It offers a Graphical Editor where Kevoree models can be intuitively designed using drag&drop mechanisms. It also embeds a Kevoree Scripting engine developed to simplify the modifications.
it is also embeded in Boot2Kevoree version
and in Kevoree GUI distribution (just right clic on top right, and it will magically deploy the editor and open it on your browser :-) )
Donwload Boot2Kevoree client (requirement : virtualbox) and simply start a Kevoree mini cloud using boot2kevoree-cli start
Donwload Boot2Kevoree iso and use it in virtual box for instance.
All Kevoree Java applications can be started as follows:
java -jar kevoreeRuntime.jar (replace kevoreeRuntime by the right name of the file)
or simply by a double click.
To run boot2kevoree (virtualbox need to be installed http://www.virtualbox.org/), simply copy the file in your path then:
This will download the .iso file and init the virtualmachine
This will start the boot2kevoree virtual machine
will run the editor
will log into the virtual machine (user:kevoree, password:tcuser)
will run the default Kevoree Cloud GUI, this will allow you to add/remove virtual machine