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When developing a Java application which uses services, there should be an easy way to run it locally and still have connection to all the services. The VCAP_SERVICES environment variable should be seamlessly configured to the local Liberty.
Pushing the WAR file takes significant time and it is so frustrating to wait after every change.
There should be a way to run and debug locally and still work with services.
And this way should be well documented and supported.
Java developers work in Eclipse, all the steps described in this tutorial should exists in Eclipse.
Including a good tutorial to connect from Eclipse to the GIT repository.
Eclipse should be the main point for all the tutorials.
The Web IDE is not relevant for Java developers.
Developers like to work and debug locally.
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