To deploy an Ember application simply transfer the output from
ember build to a web server.
This can be done with standard Unix file transfer tools such as
There are also services that will let you deploy easily.
You can deploy your application to any web server by copying the output from
ember build to any web server:
ember build scp -r dist/* myserver.com:/var/www/public/
Surge.sh allows you to publish any folder to the web for free.
To deploy an Ember application you can simply deploy the folder produced by
You will need to have the surge cli tool installed:
npm install -g surge
Then you can use the
surge command to deploy your application.
Note you will also need to provide a copy of index.html with the filename 200.html
so that surge can support Ember's client-side routing.
ember build --environment=development cd dist cp index.html 200.html surge
Press return to accept the defaults when deploying the first time.
You will be provided with a URL in the form
funny-name.surge.sh that you can use for repeated deployments.
So to deploy to the same URL after making changes, perform the same steps, this time providing the URL for your site:
rm -rf dist ember build --environment=development cd dist cp index.html 200.html surge funny-name.surge.sh
--environment=development here so that Mirage will continue to mock fake data. However, normally we would use
ember build --environment=production which does more to make your code ready for production.