Next to the New Environment option, you can find the Import button. It processes the uploaded .json, .jps, .cs, .yml, or .yaml file to create a new environment (or modify the already existing one with an add-on) according to the settings, declared inside.

Within the opened Import frame, you'll see three tabs and Examples link to the Jelastic JPS Collection with numerous ready-to-go solutions:

  • Local File - select the locally stored file (via the Browse button), which should be uploaded and executed on the platform
  • URL - provide a direct link to the required manifest file
  • JPS - the in-built JSON/YAML editor can be used to insert and edit your code before the deployment, or even to declare your package from scratch manually