You can export the whole project to static files with single click. It is useful when you need to send deliverables to clients, or host the prototype to any web hosting.
It will create a folder named named "build_YYYYMMDDHHmmSS" (ex, "build_20120318120532") in your project folder.
Specify the build folder
Fire.app 1.2 can specify the build folder. You can add
config.rb, and it will build project to
NOTICE: When Fire.app build a project, it will delete the folder first, then regenerate it.
DANGER: If you add
config.rb, it will build project to
/path/to/build/folder/path. If you write "/Users/foo", your home folder may be removed.
Do not copy some files to build folder
Fire.app does not copy these files to build folder by default:
*.swp *.layout *~ */.DS_Store */.git */.gitignore *.svn */Thumbs.db */.sass-cache */.coffeescript-cache */compass_app_log.txt */fire_app_log.txt view_helpers.rb Gemfile Gemfile.lock config.ru
If you do not want to ignore them, or want to use your own list, you can add a
build_ignore.txt file in your project folder. Rule: http://ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/File.html#method-c-fnmatch