The Developer Perspective, added to the 4.2 OpenShift Console, provides developers with an optimized experience with the features and workflows they’re most likely to need to be productive. Developers can focus on higher level abstractions like their application and components, and then drill down deeper to get to the OpenShift and Kubernetes resources that make up their application.
We strive for simplicity, while still allowing for users to achieve more advanced flows. We focus on efficiency for those workflows that are more frequently utilized.
Our design documentation covers the entire developer experience in the OpenShift Console. The developer experience is enhanced as operators are installed, which is also documented below.
The main use cases of the Developer Perspective include:
- Utilizing the topology view to view resources
- Adding resources to your topology
- Monitoring your resources
- Modifying your resources
- Enchancing the Developer Perspective with operators
Here we could include brief information about the sorts of personas who are the main users of the developer perspective.
Some of the main users who utilize the Developer Perspective include:
- User type
- User type