It takes four command lines to see the value (you will need to install Zend SDK first):
# clone an example 'hello tweet' project from a github repository $ zend clone project -r git://github.com/zendcon/hellotweet.git # define a Developer Cloud container to host your application $ zend add target -d account-name:account-password # set working directory $ cd hellotweet # deploy the newly created application to the defined target $ zend deploy application
The result is available as a ready to use Web application http://royganor.my.phpcloud.com/zendcon/ and since I made the container public anyone can create the same container through http://my.phpcloud.com/container/create/snapshot/royganor-snapshot-20111018054539
But there are more similarities, let's review some of them:
- Identities are open and visible between developers
- Applications and repositories are listed:
- Social activities are available for developers who want/need continuous and fast feedback
If you are interested in more information about specific aspect of the solution, share it here and I will answer you.