The xnlogic development environment includes a fully configured VM that allows you to get started quickly.
In order to run the xnlogic development VM, you will need to install the required software:
Next, you should install the xnlogic command-line tool.
~$ gem install xnlogic
That’s it, you are now ready to create and run your first xnlogic application.
Let’s create a new application, called
my_app, and start a VM for this app.
~$ xnlogic application my_app --key xn_user:xn_password --up
The command above may take a little while the first time it runs, as it needs to download all required assets for a development VM.
--upflag tells xnlogic to start a VM, once the application is created. If you don’t provide the
--upoption, you can start the VM later, using the
Once the VM is up, we can create a database for our application.
Log into the VM.
~$ cd my_app ~/my_app$ xnlogic ssh
Start the console.
➜ ~ xn-console
And create a database called
jruby-1.7.18 :001 > PM.create_client('my_app', 'db01')
That’s it! our new xnlogic application is ready.