Brunch.io in the wild?


#1

Is anyone using Brunch? I have seen a few ‘brunches’ which are for Ember, but I can’t seem to find articles using them. The generators using scaffolt seem really awesome.


#2

I have used “brunch.io” but lately I’ve found compatibility issues with Emblem, for now Grunt and Yeoman generators have given me better results. I hope to solve the problems of handlebars and emblem with brunch.


#3

I’ve used Brunch for about five Ember projects. Here’s a list of the ones that are open sourced:

Note that Mashboard is the most up-to-date open source example I’ve got of an Ember app. I recently used brunch-with-ember-reloaded for a non-open-source Ember project and it worked amazingly well.


#4

This is really great stuff. Is there an easy way using this to build a deploy (or dist) with the distribution versions of ember and handlebars? It seems that you are using the development version on your deployed app.


#5

No easy way without manually building the Production version yourself and conditionally included it in a second vendor.js file in Brunch.

Ember-rails is the only thing I’ve seen handle this well with its variant setting.


#6

Hey @cavneb, just a quick update that I released Tapas with Ember. It’s a Brunch skeleton that handles the building the production versions of Ember and automatic file requires, among other cool features.


#7

This is very amazing! Thanks for putting this together. I am trying it out today.


#8

My company has been using https://github.com/fuseelements/ember-brunch-skeleton for the past year. The README should get you up and going with an ember app fast.


#9

I have forked Tapas with Ember and created Yet Another Ember Brunch, which I have been honing for about a week. It takes all the goodness from Tapas, but adds:

I will eventually do a blog post or presentation on it once I am confident that it is good to go. I would love to add more examples on testing though, especially those that mock ajax responses. Any contributions are more than welcome.