Where do you download ember-data?


#1

It might be just me, but I haven’t been able to figure out where to download Ember Data. I stumbled onto https://github.com/emberjs/data/downloads, but this doesn’t appear to have been updated in a little while and caused a conflict with latest Ember release (I’m guessing it’s because it’s revision 10).

I generally don’t have much trouble with this sort of thing as I’ve been using the ember-rails gem, but I was going through the TODO app walkthrough, and I wasn’t able to easily find a place to download it.


#2

Currently to get the latest build of Ember Data you need to clone the repo and run rake dist yourself. I don’t believe there’s a singular place where they post updated revisions of the file.


#3

Oh. Right. It’s right there in the README.md for the project. Sorry that I missed it!


#4

I do think they should create the latest-builds branch and just have the latest there, kinda like ember.js does. On IRC people ask all the time for a built version of ember-data because they can’t get ruby env setup properly… Just a thought.


#5

@mspisars Yeah. If the getting started guide ends up using Ember Data, it seems like a good idea to have a build available for download somewhere. I’m assuming that there’s not an officially built version because it’s not RC yet, but if it ends up becoming part of a core tutorial then it’s a lot to ask to get people to build the library before getting to try anything out.


#6

I believe @ebryn is working to get automated builds uploaded to S3 after every successful Travis build.


#7

I bought the highly recommanded peepcode video and downloaded their sample code. We are currently using the version of Ember JS and Ember Data they ship with the sample apps.

I plan to upgrade when the core team will come with a more “official” packaged version. Meanwhile, this version is quite good and we are creating production grade application using Ember JS and Ember Data.


#8

@tom recently mentioned in response to a hackernews article that S3 uploads are up and running because of this commit: https://github.com/emberjs/data/pull/850

ember-data-latest.js: https://s3.amazonaws.com/builds.emberjs.com/ember-data-latest.js


#9

@tomdale thanks for the link I went to https://s3.amazonaws.com/builds.emberjs.com/ and searched ember-data and found the latest version 13 (aug,2,2013) https://s3.amazonaws.com/builds.emberjs.com/ember-data-0.13.min.js


#10

I found links to the development and minified versions of ember-data here: http://emberjs.com/guides/models/