These commands are OS-specific wrapper scripts that run the Java class com.google.
appengine.tools.KickStart in appengine-java-sdk/lib/appengine-tools-api.jar . For
details on the available command options reference the online documentation.
Note To stop the development server, press Control + C (on Windows, Mac, or Linux).
Deploying Your Sample Application
It's time to deploy your application to App Engine where you can browse it
publicly and share it with the world. There's a small Jet Engine icon in your
Eclipse tool bar that was created when you installed the Google Eclipse Plugin.
Click that icon while making sure that your ChapterThree sample application is
selected in the Package Explorer. It's important to note that, at the time of this
writing, you get 10 applications per account. You may consider choosing generic
application IDs for the examples in this topic and reusing them for each chapter.
You'll be presented with a Deploy Project to Google App Engine dialog like the
one shown in Figure 3-9. The project name should have been defaulted to the project
you had selected in Eclipse. If it's blank or doesn't look quite right, click cancel, select
the ChapterThree project in Eclipse, and click the Jet Engine button again.
Figure 3-9. The Deploy Project to Google App Engine dialog