Select Jello Framework SDK, click Next and OK as needed until the IDE is restarted and the plugin is installed.
Adding Jello support to an existing App Engine project
Right click on the project root folder Jello Framework » Convert to Jello project....
Check the Generate sample code option and click OK.
Take a minute to explore the project structure. A new app folder has been created, containing the sample jello application app namespace.
In addition, a few files were added or modified under the war/WEB-INF folder.
Take Jello for a spin - run the sample app
To run the project as a Web application -
click on the Run toolbar button and select
You can also run it by right clicking on your project root folder » Run As » Web Application
click on the Actions button, select and run createCatalog action.
Check action results and click the Back button.
Click the New button to create new product or click on one of the Key fields to edit an existing product record.
click on the Entities button and navigate to the Category entity.
Upload to Google cloud Platform
Sign in for Free Google Cloud Platform account
Go to cloud.google.com and sign in to create a free account.
Yes, they will ask for your credit card (to make sure you are not a robot) but don't worry, you won’t be charged unless you manually upgrade to a paid account.
From the Developers Console, open the
Projects dropdown located on the upper left corner of the page. Click New Project.
Select a name for your project and pick a unique Project ID by clicking on the link.
To deploy the application, select the project root in Eclipse and click on the Google Cloud Platform toolbar.
Select Deploy to App Engine Standard....
Select the project ID you just created on Google Cloud Platform and click Deploy.
If everything went well and the application has been deployed successfully, you should be able to check your new app in the following public URL:
(replace <Application-ID> with the actual project ID).
Congratulations! You have just deployed your first Jello application on Google cloud!