The website for the Ember.js project.
To get started:
git clone https://github.com/emberjs/website.git cd website bundle bundle exec middleman
Then visit http://localhost:4567/
Note: unless you're working with the API docs, don't use
middleman server) instead.
To populate organizers data from meetup.com on http://localhost:4567/meetups
- get a meetup API Key
- run the following rake command
rake findorganizers [force=true] The force=true flag will overwrite all existing organizer data
You can preview the API documentation by generating the docs from the source code. To begin, ensure that you have the necessary dependencies:
emberjs/ website/ ember.js/ ember-data/
Note that the name of the data project needs to be
Next, do a
git checkout of the particular commit or tag you wish to generate
documentation for. For example, to generate documentation for v2.13 you would
git checkout v2.13.0 in both the
Last, navigate into the root directory of this repository and execute
bundle exec rake generate_docs. This
will build the documentation for the
You can launch the website via
bundle exec middleman to preview the generated docs.
To deploy, open a PR with the changes resulting from
generate_docs and the
change will be auto-deployed upon merge.
bundle command is not found, you can install it with
gem install bundle.
bundle command fails to run, you may need to upgrade your Ruby version. The Ember.js website build requires 1.9.3 or newer (2.0.0 recommended). You can use RVM to install it:
curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable rvm install 2.0.0 rvm use 2.0.0
Troubleshooting tips for Windows devs
For Windows developers using RubyInstaller, you'll need to download the DevKit and install it using instructions: https://github.com/oneclick/rubyinstaller/wiki/Development-Kit
After you have a proper install, you can then run:
gem install bundler wdm tzinfo-data gem update listen middleman
Once Middleman comes up, you'll be prompted by Windows Firewall. Click "Allow access" and you'll be in business!