Ember Trek - based on Ember Skeleton
A sample Ember app described by Trek, built on top of a skeleton application framework using Ember.js and Rake Pipeline.
http://trek.github.com/ -- Advice on & Instruction in the Use Of Ember.js
This was my attempt to get a working version of what Trek described -- Richard Hess
** Thanks goes to Libin Pan for figuring out the pow integration.
$ bundle install $ bundle exec rackup
ember-skeleton ├── Assetfile - App build file ├── Gemfile - Package dependencies for rakep/rack ├── Gemfile.lock - Here be dragons: don't touch, always include ├── app - App specific code │ ├── css - App CSS or SCSS (.scss) │ ├── lib - App code, *modularized during build* │ ├── modules - Module code, *already modularized* │ ├── plugins - Plugins (e.g. jquery.jsonrpc.js) │ │ └── loader.js - JS module loader │ ├── static - Static files, never touched, copied over during build │ ├── templates - Handlebars templates, *modularized during build* │ ├── tests - QUnit application tests │ └── vendor - Vendor code, *modularized during build* ├── assets - Built out asset files, minified in production │ ├── app.css - Built out app CSS/SCSS │ ├── app.js - Built out app JS │ └── loader.js - Built out JS module loader ├── config.ru - Rack development web server configuration ├── index.html - The app entry point ├── tests - QUnit testing files │ ├── index.html - The testing entry point │ ├── qunit - Testing support files │ └── run-tests.js - The PhantomJS QUnit test runner └── tmp - Temporary build files used by rakep
You can test the app by invoking:
$ bundle exec rake test
This executes the tests by using PhantomJS, which you need to have installed.
Or you can run the tests via:
$ bundle exec rackup $ open http://localhost:9292/tests/index.html
If you want to continuously run the tests every time a file changes, invoke:
$ bundle exec guard