In order to try Atelier, you must first download and install Eclipse. Then you can install the Atelier plug-in. The Atelier Download page describes the steps necessary to get up and running with Atelier.
The first time you start Eclipse, it asks you to select a workspace. An Eclipse workspace is just a directory on your local disk where Eclipse stores the resources you use for development. Once you are running the Eclipse application, you have a number of resources available to guide you through your first steps:
our first step is to open the Atelier perspective. An Eclipse perspective is a set of UI resources, or views, that help you perform a group of related tasks. In this case, we need the Server Explorer view, which is part of the Atelier perspective.
To open the Atelier perspective, click on the Open Perspective button, shown in the following screen shot:
This button opens a dialog, shown in the next screen shot, that lists available perspectives.
Select Atelier and click Open.
Web Port: Enter the webserver port number used by the server.
Atelier uses projects to organize your work, so your next step is to create a project.
InterSystems provides several resources to learn more about Atelier: