Deploying a NinjaFramework Application on OpenShift

Deploy a fat jar to OpenShift… Hmmmmm

A NinjaFramework application is built and deployed as a fat jar by default. Given this fact, I popped this question on StackOverflow. I figured that one would need to be some kind of Maven guru in order to build some kind of configuration to deploy it on OpenShift. Not so as it turns out. The guys at NinjaFramework have once again come up trumps. It turns out the process is effortless. This blog describes the steps involved from beginning to end. This process uses Netbeans.

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