This step-by-step tutorial will guide you on setting up the Development Hub. In the previous two articles we set up our environment, installed the Development Hub, created our repository in Azure DevOps, set up our pipeline and created the necessary flows.
Create your base solution
Open the Maker portal and switch environments to the Dev environment
Navigate to Solutions in the left-hand pane and select + New solution
Enter the following details:
Register your Azure DevOps project
Back in the Maker Portal, using the navigation on the left, click on ‘Apps' then select the ‘Development Hub' app.
Next, select ‘Projects' on the left then ‘New' along the top.
This record only requires a name which should be the name of your Azure DevOps project.
Register your git repository
Next, register a Git repository within the project you've just created by creating a new Repository record.
Click ‘Save and close' to confirm this.
Register your master environment
The next step is to register the master environment by creating a new Environment record. Staying in Development Hub, select ‘Environments' under ‘Develop' on the left.
Select ‘New' along the top then populate the following details.
Register your solution
The last step is to register a solution within a repository by creating a new Solution record. Go back to the Repository record you created (‘Repositories' on the left then select the record you created) and find the ‘Active Solutions' grid on the ‘General' tab.
Click ‘New Solution' and enter the following details.
Click ‘Save and Close' to confirm those values.
By following this guide, you now have the Development Hub completely set up!
In the next part of this article we are going to guide you through the usage of the DevHub. Stay tuned!