This doc supplements our Tutorial for people who want to try Tilt but don’t have a suitable project on hand. It describes two example projects we’ve built that use Tilt.
These projects can also be useful to confirm Tilt is working as expected in your environment.
Oneup is a simple app that starts one service.
First, check out the Tilt repo.
git clone https://github.com/windmilleng/tilt cd tilt/integration/oneup
We’ll be looking at the oneup project
In the oneup directory, run
Your terminal will turn into a status box that lets you watch your server come up. When it’s ready, you will see the status icon turn green. The logs in the botton pane will display “Serving oneup on container port 8000.”
b to open
oneup in a browser window.
Your browser will open
You should see the text
🍄 One-Up! 🍄.
Congratulations! You’ve run your first server with
ctrl-C to quit the status box. When you’re finished, run
to turn off the server.
Servantes is a personalized homepage app implemented with many microservices in multiple languages. You can run it with the commands
git clone https://github.com/windmilleng/servantes cd servantes; tilt up
Each widget is implemented by a different microservice backend.
Servantes uses many features of Tilt, and so can be a useful reference.