Ember CLI guides
This repository holds the guides and tutorials for the Ember CLI, a powerful tool that helps you create, develop, and build an Ember app.
To contribute to the API documentation itself, which lists properties and methods used by addons and apps, instead visit Ember CLI, where the API docs are managed as code comments within the codebase.
This project replaces, updates, and adds to the content historically hosted at https://ember-cli.com/.
You will need the following things properly installed on your computer.
The Ember CLI Guides is a normal Ember application, so if you want to run it locally you follow the standard steps:
- Clone this repository
- Visit your app at http://localhost:4200.
If you then edit the Markdown files located in the
guides/ folder your
application should live-update with the content changes.
To run the tests you can run
npm run lint:md and
npm test in your terminal.
npm run lint:md will spellcheck and enforce consistency in the Markdown files.
npm test will run Ember tests that have been setup and also scripts that check the Markdown
Markdown linting (
lint:md) must pass otherwise it will fail in Travis-CI. Spellchecking uses a custom ember-dictionary with words and terms common to the Ember community, such as
SemVer. Words and terms that are associated with a specific guide can be placed in the
.local.dic dictionary file. Create a pull request if a word needs to be added to
How this app works
The guides content is in the form of Markdown files in the guides directory. An Ember app processes and serves the Markdown files. If you look at the
app directory, you'll see there's not much in it! That's because most of the work is done through a dependency on guidemaker, a static site generator created in Ember.
Do you know a thing or two about the CLI or addons? Do you wish you knew a thing or do? We'd love to have your help with writing or reviewing to make sure that content is helpful to all knowledge levels. To learn more about the motivation for this, read this RFC. If you're new to writing Markdown, follow this cheat sheet.
Adding more things to the table of contents
pages.yaml in the cli-guides-source. Whatever has a URL of
index will be shown for the top level path, like
/tutorial/. There must be an
index.md under each topic.
This app has CI/CD in place, which automatically deploys the contents of the
It is hosted on the Ember Learning org's Netlify account.