I just recently started playing around with an app using Ember.js. If you are not familiar with Ember.js you should check it out, it is a pretty awesome stack.
My app does not have its own backend, but makes use of publicly available APIs. Because of this I can host it on gh-pages while I get it up and running.
NOTE: This should not be used for production usage, as it may be in conflict with the github TOS.
Anyway, the setup is pretty simple.
First make the production configuration use basePath that the repo will be hosted under. In environment.js:
Then add a deploy-gh to package.json scripts:
And make the deploy-gh.sh:
At this point just commit changes on master and with a clean working tree do:comment on this post
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