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Ember FastBoot + Google App Engine

Last year, Google Cloud announced the Node.js runtime for App Engine. Recently I decided to try to get EmberJS FastBoot to run on App Engine. It turns out a basic implementation is pretty simple. First, if you don’t already have an engines directive in your package.json, you should add one now. Then then if you project is already compatible, add FastBoot as a dependency: ember install ember-cli-fastboot If your project is not compatible, or you would rather use a clean app to test with, follow Tom Dale’s FastBoot Quickstart and use the resulting project for the rest of this post.

Running JSLint with Safari’s JavaScript Core

I have created a small launcher script for JavaScript Core (Safari’s Nitro JavaScript Engine) It gives Mac users the ability to run JSLint from the command line without installing anything extra, thus making more likely that we will incorporate JSLint into our custom build scripts. (Should also run on Windows, but I don’t have a box to validate that with at the moment.) Just add jsc.js to the latest copy of JSLint to be able to use it with jsc.