Plone 5 was released today. Here's how to quickly try it out on Cloud9 IDE.
I'll assume you have already signed up with Cloud9 IDE.
Step 1 - Create a new Workspace
Then click Create workspace.
Step 2 - Enter the installer command in the terminal
in the terminal type (or cut and paste) the following commands:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install python-dev python-virtualenv libssl-dev libxml2-dev -y
sudo apt-get install libxslt1-dev libbz2-dev python-tk python-gdbm -y
wget -qO- goo.gl/HBzmFw | bash
You will see output similar to this:
Step 3 - Launching Plone 5After successful installation (takes about 5 minutes) run the following command:
Once it has started successfully you'll see the following message on the terminal:
INFO Zope Ready to handle requests
At that point select Preview > View Running Application.
IMPORTANT: You'll need to get the adminPassword, it is located under the 'zinstance' folder see the screenshot below.
Once it's running, click on the "pop out" button
This will lead you to the Plone installer (it will look a little weird, because of an issue with proxying the site via https). Click on Create a new Plone site and following the instructions.
Once you're successful you'll see a running Plone 5 site:
Things to KnowHere are a few things to know about Plone.
- Plone runs on an application server called Zope
- You can actually run multiple copies of Plone on one Zope application server
- Enable caching "Admin" > "Site setup" > "Advanced" > "Caching". Plone will go much faster.
- Browse around the Plone 5 docs