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  1. Magnolia CLI
  2. NPMCLI-120

Jumpstart can download and use webapps instead of bundles


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      Jumpstart should support grabbing a magnolia webapp and a tomcat and putting them together in a working setup that functions the same as a bundle.


      • When starting a real project, a demo project often has to be removed which can be complicated.
      • Magnolia provides more useful webapps than it provides bundles.
        For example: several of these webapps are more useful for starting actual projects than the bundles because they do not include demo projects.

      Info on existing bundles and webapps:

      Proposed options:

      Propsal 1

      Behaviour with no options

      mgnl jumpstart Default becomes:

      • It prompts you on which edition you want (empty, community, enterprise-edition-standard, enterprise-edition-pro, cloud. Community is the default.)
      • If you choose community, ee-std, ee-pro, then It prompts you with or without demo (y/n) n is the default

      Additional options

      Specify the full webapp or bundle name:
      mgnl jumpstart --webapp <webapp name>
      mgnl jumpstart --bundle <bundle name>

      mgnl jumpstart --webapp magnolia‑enterprise‑standard‑webapp

      Proposal 2

      Same as above - but
      mgnl jumpstart Default becomes:
      It prompts you which one you want- from these options:

      • cloud
      • empty
      • community (default)
      • community-demo
      • enterprise-standard
      • enterprise-standard-demo
      • enterprise-pro
      • enterprise-pro-demo

        Acceptance criteria

              mdivilek Milan Divilek
              czimmermann Christopher Zimmermann
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