Peeking behind ember-cli (EmberApp): vendor.js and app.js
With the excellent broccoli-stew I can take a look at the exported application tree:
/* global require, module */ var EmberApp = require('ember-cli/lib/broccoli/ember-app'); var log = require('broccoli-stew').log; var debug = require('broccoli-stew').debug; var app = new EmberApp(); // Use `app.import` to add additional libraries to the generated // output files. // // If you need to use different assets in different // environments, specify an object as the first parameter. That // object's keys should be the environment name and the values // should be the asset to use in that environment. // // If the library that you are including contains AMD or ES6 // modules that you would like to import into your application // please specify an object with the list of modules as keys // along with the exports of each module as its value. app.import('bower_components/ember-i18n/lib/i18n.js'); app.import('bower_components/raphael/raphael.js'); var finalTree = log(app.toTree()); module.exports = finalTree;
With this I get a very clean tree-like output of my application:
[ 'assets/app.js', 'assets/app.map', 'assets/app.scss', ... 'assets/vendor.css', 'assets/vendor.js', 'assets/vendor.map', 'crossdomain.xml', 'index.html', 'robots.txt', 'testem.js', 'tests/index.html' ]
I see that in that tree we have, among other files, a vendor.js and an app.js modules (as expected), but I do not know what packages are put into each of them.
I have the feelling I am missing one in my frontend (in this case, raphael.js), so I would like to verify that ember-cli (via EmberApp) has indeed done what I asked for (namely, include the raphael.js, probably in vendor.js)
Taking a direct look at app.js or vendor.js is not feasible (too big / don't know what to look for). I want a simple tree-like display of the files that have been included by EmberApp into vendor.js / app.js, in the same (similar) format that broccoli-stew is providing.
Is this possible? How?
So although that is not a nice tree view, you should be fine :-)