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Use new glimmer engine APIs for building component layout
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config publish dist bower.json & co to s3
generators [DOC] Update copyright year
lib [BUGFIX] Ensure Glimmer tests are not shipped in builds.
packages Use new glimmer engine APIs for building component layout
scripts Improved File Size script
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tests [typo] `componet` > `component`
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.editorconfig Add EditorConfig file
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.jscsrc Enforce const usage in module scope only.
.jshintrc [BUGFIX beta] Add warning for “deep @each” usage in dependent keys
.travis.yml Pin glimmer-engine version
.watchmanconfig many build tool upgrades: Add 2.2.0-beta.3 to Add link to community guidelines as Update [FEATURE canary] Fire native events instead of jquery events
LICENSE [DOC] Update copyright year Added Slack badge
Rakefile Cleanup Rakefile Add missing semicolon
VERSION Update version info and npm-shrinkwrap.json.
bower.json update jquery dependency
ember-cli-build.js [BUGFIX] Ensure Glimmer tests are not shipped in builds.
ember-source.gemspec [BUGFIX beta] Remove handlebars from dependencies
features.json [FEATURE canary] Fire native events instead of jquery events
package.json Use new glimmer engine APIs for building component layout
testem.dist.json Increase test timeout for IE on CI
testem.json create multiple tested files for each variation:
yuidoc.json [DOC beta] Cleanup yuidoc.json paths. Handlebars out, HTMLBars in.

Ember.js Build Status Code Climate Slack

Sauce Test Status

Ember.js is a JavaScript framework that does all of the heavy lifting that you'd normally have to do by hand. There are tasks that are common to every web app; Ember.js does those things for you, so you can focus on building killer features and UI.

Building Ember.js

  1. Ensure that Node.js is installed.
  2. Run npm install to ensure the required dependencies are installed.
  3. Run npm run build to build Ember.js. The builds will be placed in the dist/ directory.

npm install troubleshooting

If you encounter a problem with downloading dependencies like:

npm ERR! registry error parsing json

consider upgrading npm with:

npm install -g npm@latest

You can find more information in Upgrading on *nix (OSX, Linux, etc.) npm wiki page.



How to Run Unit Tests

Pull requests should pass the Ember.js unit tests. Do the following to run these tests.

  1. Follow the setup steps listed above under Building Ember.js.

  2. To start the development server, run npm start.

  3. To run all tests, visit http://localhost:4200/.

  4. To test a specific package, visit http://localhost:4200/tests/index.html?package=PACKAGE_NAME. Replace PACKAGE_NAME with the name of the package you want to test. For example:

To test multiple packages, you can separate them with commas.

You can also pass jquery=VERSION in the test URL to test different versions of jQuery.

From the CLI

  1. Install phantomjs from

  2. Run npm test to run a basic test suite or run TEST_SUITE=all npm test to run a more comprehensive suite.

From ember-cli

  1. ember test --server
  2. connect the browsers you want
  3. if phantom didn't connect automatically, you can run ./bin/connect-phantom-to <optional-port>

To run a specific browser, you can use the --launch flag

  • ember test --server --launch SL_Firefox_Current
  • ember test --launch SL_Firefox_Current
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