Zhixian's Tech Blog

2014-12-21

How to Add Google App Engine project to Google Developers Console

This blog post describes how to create add Google App Engine project.

Assumption

You have a Google account.

Summary

  1. Log in to Google Developers Console
  2. Create Project

Log in to Google Developers Console

In your web browser, navigate to Google Developers Console (https://console.developers.google.com/)

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After you logged in, you should be redirected to your project page.

Create Project

Click Create Project to display the new project.

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On the New Project dialog, enter:

  1. A name for your project.
    For example, I am naming my hello world project as zx-helloworld.
  2. An id for your project.
    Important This id will be used for the deployment of your project.
    For example, I am naming my hello world id as zx-helloworld.
  3. Click Create to add the project.

Note

The project id needs meet the follow criteria:

  1. Starts with a lower-case letter (a-z)
  2. May contains lower-case letters, digits (0-9) or hyphen (-)

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After you clicked Create, the dialog will close.
You should see a small popup at the lower right-hand corner of the page.

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The popup should indicate that its creating the project.

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After the project is created, it should redirect you to the project dashboard.

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The popup in the lower right corner of the page, should have a green checkbox.

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With this, your Google App Engine project can be deployed using the project id that you defined.

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