Step by Step guide to develop on Bluemix using features from the Liberty Beta

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  1. Download liberty beta sample app from I have picked the websocket example available here
  2. jar -xvf WebsocketSample.jar 
  3. cd wlp/usr/servers/WebsocketSample
  4. create a manifest.yml in the same dir. with the content  below  
  5. cf push websocket-sample -p . -b
  6. Access the websocket app at





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The IBM_LIBERTY_LICENSE stanza should be updated with the following license L-SWIS-9K5U2K for the August/September beta

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