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Getting Ember

Ember Builds

The Ember Release Management Team maintains a variety of ways to get Ember and Ember Data builds.


The latest Release, Beta, and Canary builds of Ember and Ember data can be found here. For each channel a development, minified, and production version is available. For more on the different channels read the Post 1.0 Release Cycle blog post.

Tagged Releases

Past release and beta builds of Ember and Ember Data are available at Tagged Releases. These builds can be useful to track down regressions in your application, but it is recommended to use the latest stable release in production.


Bower is a package manager for the web. Bower makes it easy to manage dependencies in your application including Ember and Ember Data. To learn more about Bower visit http://bower.io/.

Adding Ember to your application with Bower is easy; simply run bower install ember --save. For Ember Data, run bower install ember-data --save. You can also add ember or ember-data to your bower.json file as follows.

    "name": "your-app",
    "dependencies": {
        "ember": "~1.6",
        "ember-data": "~1.0.0-beta.8"


If your application uses a Ruby based build system, you can use the ember-source and ember-data-source RubyGems to access ember and ember data sources from Ruby.

If your application is built in Rails, the ember-rails RubyGem makes it easy to integrate Ember into your Ruby on Rails application.