Using EmberJs in a realtime setup with NodeJs, facilitated by SocketStream, presented with Bootstrap, and managed with Bower. This is a modularized way to scaffold an Ember Application using the new router and lots of other awesome Ember features such as injection, pubsub (redis), state management. If you have any questions hit me up on twitter @…
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TO INSTALL, open a console and install all the node modules npm install

This will install all the dependencies as well as launch the application when finished.

TO RUN, or if you are restarting the application then you can run from the command line npm start or node app

Other command line support for dev/test/stage environments as well as unit testing, etc npm test, npm dev, etc

ONCE the application is started you can begin viewing the app in your brower at: https://localhost:2112

If liveReload is not disabled (it is enabled by default in this stack) then changes to any client code you make will be picked up by the server and added to your browser. This will cause a refresh. CSS changes will not cause a refresh and will happen inline.

If you modify any code in the server portion then I would recommend manually restarting the node service when you are completed with all the server changes. As an alternative, you can install [nodemon] which will monitor the server files and restart the node instance itself. This was problematic for me in the dev cycles but might be worth having run your stuff in production. If node crashes for any reason it will start it back up for you.


This project uses JSHint for [linting](\)) to enforce coding standards. These settings are stored as a dot file so that while developing you can connect up to your IDE as well as the build process.


This project is managed with git. There are some files that don't need to be checked into version control.

  • Development dependencies - specifically the node_modules folder should be excluded from checkins.
  • .project is an Aptana artifact, if you are not using Aptana then this file should not even exist.