This topic describes how to create and manage projects.

You can create a template-based or code-based project or import a project from Git.

Create a template-based project

  1. Log on to App Studio. On the Projects page, click Create Project from Template.
  2. On the Create Project page, set Project Name and Project Description, and select a template.
    Note
    • You can select a custom template or a template provided by the system.
    • All projects created by using templates support WYSIWYG development.
  3. After the configuration is completed, click Submit.

Create a code-based project

You can create a project by running code. App Studio provides code templates for four types of runtime environments. Select a code template as required.

  1. Log on to App Studio. On the Projects page, click Create Project from Code.
  2. On the Create Project page, set Project Name and Project Description, and select a template.
  3. After the configuration is completed, click Submit.

Import a project from Git

If you have Git code, you can import the Git code to create a project. You can only import Git code from code.aliyun.com.

  1. Log on to App Studio. On the Projects page, click Import Project from Git.
  2. On the Create Project page, set Git Repo URL, Project Name, and Project Description, and select a runtime environment.
  3. After the configuration is completed, click Submit.

View the list of projects

You can view the created projects on the Projects page.

You can click a project name to go to the project editing page. You can also click Create Template of a project to create a template based on the project.

App Studio supports managing the deployment versions of projects. You can click Manage of a project to go to the deployment version control page.

On the Project Details page, click Publish New Version to publish a version. Then, go to the Apps page to deploy the corresponding project version.

Note Before publishing a project version, you must associate the project with Git.