A skeleton application framework using Ember.js, minispade and EmberBuild.
Inspiration from https://github.com/interline/ember-skeleton/, the purpose of building this was to eliminate a heavy set of dependancies and remove boiler-plate loader files like controllers.js, view.js etc.
EmberBuild will simply keep a list of all controllers, models and views and include them directly in the 'main' module.
$ ember_build.py /path/to/project You can also use this as a library in your own project just include ember.py. (see ember_build for usage)
usage: ember_build.py [-h] [-t dev] [-v] project positional arguments: project Path to Ember project you want to compile optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -t dev, --type dev Change Ember build type (live or dev) -v Change output verbosity (0-2) defaults to 0 In your browser visit index.html after you've ran the build process.
where (m) is not specified all files will be kept as is. (m) indicates that the file is modularized during building.
ember-skeleton ├── app - App specific code │ ├── .compiled - Build out directory │ │ └──app.js - Built out app JS │ │ └──minispade.js - JS module loader │ ├── controller - 3rd party libraries. (m) │ ├── libs - 3rd party libraries. (m) │ ├── models - Ember models. (m) │ ├── templates - Handlebars templates, (m) │ ├── views - Ember views. (m) ├── core.js - Boostrap for your Ember app. (m) ├── index.html - Boostrap for your Ember app. (m) └── router.js - Ember routes. (m)
|26 Oct 2012||Added command line builder|
|Added timing and logging functionalities to help debugging|
|Updated minispade and template-loader to be inline with rake-pipeline|
|Removed template/ path from template loader. Now directly injected to Ember.TEMPLATES|
|require() renamed to minispade.require()|
- Add minification when build_type is not dev
- Re-build when any file has changed (inotify)