Demo Ember.js application that displays a Twitter stream
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Demo application written in Ember.js as part of the talk "Why you should take a look at Ember (again)"

This application demonstrates how to write an Ember.js app that talks to a backend via REST and Websockets.

It uses

Installation

  • $ npm install -g ember-cli
  • $ npm install -g bower
  • $ git clone git@github.com:hglattergotz/ember-twitter-demo.git
  • $ npm install
  • $ bower install
  • $ ember serve --proxy http://127.0.0.1:8001

Please note the proxy flag in the last command, this expects your node backed to be listening on port 8001. See below for details.

Backend

The hglattergotz/node-twitter-example application can be used as the backed for this example.