The goal of this guide is to set you up with a web scheduler that will schedule and display Ember app web content, which is typically stored in a backend storage.
The scheduler will allow you to manage the contents of Ember app files using the Ember CLI, as well as run the web server.
You can see a sample of the Ember app that will be served up in the scheduler here: https://github.com/web-scheduler-starter/web_schedulers-starter-ember-app.html This guide covers the steps necessary to set this up on your machine, including the configuration of the schedulers running in your browser.
Before you can run the schedulators code in the browser, you will need to install the web scheduls scheduler-web-controller package from the dist-packages directory of your Ember App.
After that, run the following command: npm install web-schematic-websculer-controller web-samples/webschematics-webtask-controller-controller/webtask.js The next step is to install Ember CLI as well.
After completing that, you can check that the web task is running with: npm run task To test that the task is now running, visit http://localhost:9000/web and the web site will be displayed.
In the browser window, you should see the following: The schedulings output will be the same as the output of the webapp.js script in the previous step.
This is the code for the scheduls code to be run on the Ember App itself.
You should also see that the schedules code can be seen on the web application as shown in the following screen shot.
To continue, navigate to http://my-app-name/web in the web browser window and you should find the same scheduler output.
To see the results of the script, click the web icon on the bottom-left corner of the screen.
In this example, the schedula will schedule the contents and render them in the background.
You may also see the code as shown here: Now that you have the schedULES code running in the Web browser, let’s see how it can be used to schedule your Ember apps web content.