This is definitely alpha-quality. The basics work, but there are for sure edge cases that are not yet handled. Please report any bugs or feature requests, and pull requests are always welcome.
Is It Good?
Is It "Production Ready™"?
No. The API should not be considered stable until 1.0. Breaking changes,
indexed by date, are listed in
A guide is provided on the Ember.js site that is accurate as of revision 11.
Currently you must build ember-data.js yourself. Clone the repository, run
rake dist. You'll find ember-data.js in the
- Handle error states
- Better built-in attributes
- Editing "forked" records
- Out-of-the-box support for Rails apps that follow the
- Handle partially-loaded records
How to Run Unit Tests
Install Ruby 1.9.2+. There are many resources on the web can help; one of the best is rvm.
gem install bundler
bundleinside the project root to install the gem dependencies.
In Your Browser
To start the development server, run
PACKAGE_NAMEwith the name of the package you want to run. For example:
To run multiple packages, you can separate them with commas. You can run all the tests using the
You can also pass
jquery=VERSION in the test URL to test different versions of jQuery. Default is 1.9.0.
From the CLI
Install phantomjs from http://phantomjs.org
rake testto run a basic test suite or run
rake test[all]to run a more comprehensive suite.
(Mac OS X Only) Run
rake autotestto automatically re-run tests when any files are changed.