Getting started with canary-ember
Next, install bower.
> [sudo] npm install -g bower
Now, fork canary-ember into https:// github.com/username/canary-ember.
Clone and add upstream remote.
> git clone https://github.com/username/canary-ember.git > cd canary-ember canary-ember> git remote add upstream https://github.com/jagthedrummer/canary-ember.git
Keep up with upstream changes with these commands.
canary-ember> git fetch upstream canary-ember> git merge upstream/master
Install those packages...
canary-ember> npm install canary-ember> bower install
When bower asks you what version of ember to use you should pick option number 1. We are currently running with the latest canary build of ember. ('canary' in ember is a code word for their beta builds. Funny coincidence that this project is also called canary.) When query-params ships in a production build (I think scheduled for 1.7) we can lock down the version to something more stable.
Due to using the canary version of ember, ember-cli looks for the file in the wrong place. So you need to rename a file:
canary-ember> mv vendor/ember/index.js vendor/ember/ember.js
canary-ember> ember build
canary-ember> ember test
canary-ember> ember server
Open your browser to http://localhost:4200 and enjoy!
Canary-ember is based on ember-cli, so you can refer to that documentation for info about project layout.