A Brunch skeleton for developing clean Ember applications with CoffeeScript, Stylus, Twitter Bootstrap and Font Awesome
npm install brunch-with-ember-and-bootstrap
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Brunch with Ember and Bootstrap
It was based the skeleton from Giovanni Collazo brunch-with-ember-reloaded but is now much more updated and complex now, tho I'd prefer to keep my original source.
- Ember v1.0.0
- Ember Data v1.0.0b2
- Handlebars 1.0.0
- jQuery v1.9.1
- HTML5 Boilerplate v4.2.0
- Twitter Bootstrap v3.0.0
- Font Awesome v3.1.0
- Stylus - Expressive, dynamic, robust CSS pre-processor.
- auto-reload-brunch - Adds automatic browser reloading support to brunch.
- uglify-js-brunch - Adds UglifyJS support to brunch.
- keyword-brunch - Adds Keyword support to brunch to replace some variables in the generated sources.
Create a new project using this skeleton:
brunch new gh:huafu/brunch-with-ember-and-bootstrap <appname> cd <appname> brunch watch --server
Open http://localhost:3333 on your browser.
To create a production release (smaller vendor files, js and css packed), use the cake build command:
It'll generate a production ready
public and create an archive of it in
public.tgz that you can then backup or send to your servers.
Creating API documentation
You can easily create the API documentation fo your project using:
The API documentation will be generated in the
apidocs folder. You can change this and other settings in
The Ember Data is already included in the project but you need to activate it in the file
You can easily disable it by prepending
vendor/scripts/ember-data.js with a
_, removing it from the
config.coffee file and commenting out
require 'store' from
Ember Bootstrap is adding some helpers to use Twitter Bootstrap elements easy with Ember. It comes with Views accessible as Handlebars template helpers too.
This skeleton makes use of scaffolt generators to help you create common files quicker. To use first install scaffolt globally with
npm install -g scaffolt. Then you can use the following command to generate files.
scaffolt model <name> → app/models/Name.coffee => App.Name = DS.Model.extend scaffolt view <name> → app/views/Name.coffee => App.NameView = Ember.View.extend scaffolt controller <name> → app/controllers/Name.coffee => App.NameController = Ember.Controller.extend scaffolt objectcontroller <name> → app/controllers/Name.coffee => App.NameController = Ember.ObjectController.extend scaffolt arraycontroller <name> → app/controllers/Names.coffee => App.NamesController = Ember.ArrayController.extend scaffolt route <name> → app/routes/Name.coffee => App.NameRoute = Ember.Route.extend scaffolt template <name> → app/templates/name.hbs scaffolt component <comp-name> → app/templates/components/comp-name.hbs → app/views/components/CompName.coffee => App.CompNameComponent = Ember.Component.extend
- There's a few more commands you can use with
scaffoltand also instruction on how to create your own generators, so make sure you check out the docs.
- Each generator will automatically add the generated files to the corresponding initializer coffee file so that you won't have to add them yourself.
You can write your tests in the
test folder, just make sure they are named
*_test.coffee. You can customize the test to user PhantomJS, Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera on the
test/karma.conf.js file. There's a lot of other settings there as well. Run tests with:
It needs some work to make it ready with
Ember, and that will probably come in the next major release.
You have some
cake tasks to help you update ember, ember-data and ember-bootstrap. More to come in the future.
# update Ember: cake update-ember # update Ember Data: cake update-ember-data # update Ember Bootstrap: cake update-ember-bootstrap # update Twitter Bootstrap: cake update-bootstrap # update Font Awesome: cake update-font-awesome # get/update Ember Date: cake update-ember-date
All of brunch-with-ember-and-bootstrap is licensed under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2013 Huafu Gandon
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