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Ember CLI Deploy Rack

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A Rack package to launch your Ember.js application into the Cloud.

Summary

Ember CLI Deploy Rack can be used to serve an Ember CLI application deployed with the help of Ember CLI Deploy and ember-deploy-redis.

Basically, it is a Sinatra application, which connects to Redis and returns the uploaded index.html.

You can deploy your application to production, test it out by passing an revision parameter with the revision you want to test and activate when you feel confident that everything is working as expected.

For further information see Ember CLI Deploy.

Prerequisites

Installation

  1. Create a Gemfile

    #!/usr/bin/env bundle
    
    source 'https://rubygems.org'
    
    gem 'ember-cli-deploy-rack', require: false
  2. Run bundle to install all dependencies with Bundler

Usage

  1. Create a Rack configuration

    #!/usr/bin/env rackup
    
    # This file is used by Rack-based servers to start the application.
    
    require 'bundler/setup'
    
    require 'ember/cli/deploy/rack'
    
    run Ember::CLI::Deploy::Rack::Engine
  2. Run the engine with rackup or your favorite Ruby Webserver

Configuration

Ember CLI Deploy Rack can be configured in various ways:

  1. Via settings

    engine = Ember::CLI::Deploy::Rack::Engine.new
    
    # === Settings ====
    
    # engine.settings.set :root, Dir.pwd
    # engine.settings.set :key_prefix, 'ember-cli-deploy-rack:index'
    # engine.settings.set :active_content_suffix, 'current-content'
    # engine.settings.set :revision, { regexp: '^[0-9a-f]{32}$' }
    # engine.settings.set :redis, { host: '127.0.0.1', ... }
    # engine.settings.set :redis_client, proc { Redis.new settings.redis }
    # engine.settings.set :debug, false
    # ...
    
    # === Logging ====
    
    # log_dir = File.expand_path 'log'
    #
    # if File.directory? log_dir
    #   log_file = File.expand_path "#{engine.settings.environment}.log", log_dir
    #
    #   logger = Logger.new log_file, File::WRONLY | File::APPEND | File::CREAT
    #   logger.level = Logger::ERROR
    #
    #   engine.settings.set :logger, logger
    # end
    
    run engine
  2. Via YAML configuration file

    Just create a configuration file config/settings.yml and adjust properly, for an example see resources/config/settings.yml.

Options

Key Prefix

The prefix to be used for the Redis key under which file will be uploaded to Redis. The Redis key will be a combination of the key_prefix and the revision_key. Typically this is the project.name property from the deployment context and :index at the end. By default this option will be ember-cli-deploy-rack:index.

For more details, see https://github.com/ember-cli-deploy/ember-cli-deploy-redis#keyprefix.

Active Content Suffix

The suffix to be used for the Redis key under which the activated revision content will be stored in Redis. By default this option will be current-content. This makes the default activated revision in Redis looks like: The project.name property from the deployment and :index:current-content at the end.

For more details, see https://github.com/ember-cli-deploy/ember-cli-deploy-redis#activecontentsuffix.

Revision

Regexp

The regular expression to check the revision. By default this option will be ^[0-9a-f]{32}$.

Redis

The options for the Redis client. For available options see Redis::Client::DEFAULTS.

Debug

If enabled, debug information can be viewed under /debug. By default this option will be false.

Development

Run specs with RSpec

Run rspec.

or via Guard:

$ guard -g spec

See Test Coverage

Run COVERAGE=true rspec.

Run RuboCop

Run rubocop.

To run all specs and RuboCop altogether, run rake.

Rack

$ rackup

Thin

$ thin -R config.ru -d start
$ thin stop

Bug Reports

GitHub Issues are used for managing bug reports and feature requests. If you run into issues, please search the issues and submit new problems here.

Versioning

This library aims to adhere to Semantic Versioning 2.0.0. Violations of this scheme should be reported as bugs. Specifically, if a minor or patch version is released that breaks backward compatibility, that version should be immediately yanked and / or a new version should be immediately released that restores compatibility.

License

Ember CLI Deploy Rack is released under the MIT License (MIT), see LICENSE.