Deprecated in favor of https://github.com/NilsLattek/ember-grunt-template
##ember.js + node.js + rake-pipeline
This example shows how to work with ember.js and node.js using rake-pipeline as the build tool. It also uses the ember.js statemanager for completeness.
It is based on the standard todo list example, but it is split across multiple files and it loads an initial set of todos from the node.js server. Feel free to use it as a basis template for your applications.
##Usage The following steps were tested with the following environment:
MacOS 10.7.2 Ruby 1.9.3p0 Ruby Gems 1.8.13 Node.js 0.6.6 npm 1.1.0-2
At first we need to install bundler to get all the ruby gems like rake-pipeline. Use the latest version of bundler (v1.1):
$ sudo gem install bundler --pre
Check out this git repository:
$ git clone email@example.com:NilsLattek/ember-node-rakepipeline-boilerplate.git
Remove git history if you want to use this example as a template for your project:
$ rm -rf .git
Install required gems:
$ bundle install --binstubs
Install node.js if you haven't already: http://nodejs.org/
$ curl http://npmjs.org/install.sh | sh
Install node packages for the node.js server:
$ npm install .
Open a second terminal and navigate to your project directory and start the node.js server:
$ node server.js
Or use nodemon for watching your server files and automatically restart the server:
$ npm install -g nodemon $ nodemon server.js
Open your browser and browse to:
- Use ember.data for fetching records
- Provide a coffeescript version
- Create basic folder structure for the node.js server
- Send new todos back to the server
- add uglify.js or something similar to the assetfile
Credits go out to: dudleyf for providing tipps about creating an AssetFile and all the other folks behind these awesome frameworks!