You can easily configure the Ember.js in your system. The installation of Ember.js is explained in the EmberJS Installation chapter.
Let us create one simple app using Ember.js. First create one folder where you create your applications. For instance, if you have created the "emberjs-app" folder, then navigate to this folder as −
$ cd ~/emberjs-app
Inside the "emberjs=app" folder, create a new project by using the new command −
$ ember new demo-app
When you create a project, new command provides the following directory structure with files and directories −
|-- app |-- bower_components |-- config |-- dist |-- node_modules |-- public |-- tests |-- tmp |-- vendor bower.json ember-cli-build.js package.json README.md testem.js
app − It specifies the folders and files of models, routes, components, templates and styles.
config − It contains the environment.js directory which is used for configuring the settings of an application.
dist − It includes the output files which are deployed when building the app.
node_modules / package.json − NPM is a node package manager for Node.js which is used for installing, sharing and managing the dependencies in the projects. The package.json file includes the current npm dependencies of an application and the listed packages get installed in the node_modules directory.
public − It includes assets like images, fonts, etc.
tests / testem.js − The automated tests are stored under the tests folder and the test runner testem of Ember CLI's is arranged in testem.js.
tmp − It contains the temporary files of Ember CLI.
ember-cli-build.js − It specifies how to build the app by using the Ember CLI.
To run the application, navigate to the newly created project directory −
$ cd demo-app
We have created the new project and it is ready to run with the command given below −
$ ember server
Now open the browser and navigate to http://localhost:4200/. You will get the Ember Welcome page as shown in the image below −