I am new to ember, but I love what I see so far!
I came across meteor and noticed that they have a feature where they can push hot code directly to the client, which allows for continuous deployment: https://www.meteor.com/blog/2012/02/09/hot-code-pushes
Are there any proof of concepts/examples of implementing hot code pushes in an ember js application?
I understand that meteorjs contains a server part which makes it easy for them to provide this feature, however, I think there might also need to be capabilities (serializing the models etc, reload new app, then unserialize models) on the client to allow this to happen.
I think most things can be done with websocket. For example if your app has a new version you can force a refresh or push new data to the store.
This reads more like Live Reload to me, that’s a default on https://github.com/stefanpenner/ember-cli.
He means Meteor like hot reload feature, without using ember-cli, In meteor, you can give a hello world app to the user ,then just change the code in the server, the client side app updates instantly without downloading anything , pretty neat feature which can remove app upgrading burden. Your app can be upgraded just like facebook does, without anyone noticing anything happens, I’m googling around for the same feature myself. right now , I"m using sailsjs for server side api, wondering if I can do it with sails + ember, since ember was only client side, and while using cordova, it definately not knows any server but sails server.
Oh , I just found this
If you were using cordova as I do, guess this is just what you need.