description of the development tools without the need to install and on the developer's computer (make sure to have Docker installed).

Requirements installed on the computer

To use the Docker image you want to install Docker. On the manufacturer’s website has various versions, including for Windows (recommended Windows 10). In order to make productive use of Docker (not only for ember development) recommended read the containerization tool read more.

Linking file system your operating system and the Docker container

The Docker container can use the file system of the host machine. This is done by design -v /host/folder:/image/folder when you start the container. In Docker for Windows pre-required to configure access to the file system service Docker settings (Settings... -> Shared Drives).

Linking ports in your operating system and the Docker container

The Docker container can “pass” ports from container to host machine. This is done by -p 4200:4200 when you start the container.

the Docker image for Ember-CLI

To work with Ember-CLI you can use the most popular Docker-image - danlynn/ember-cli, which is published on hub.docker.com. This way is implemented for the various versions of Ember-CLI, for example for version 2.4.3 the image will be called: danlynn/ember-cli:2.4.3 . Note that for different versions of images have a slight difference in the command to start the Docker container (see the documentation for the image).

Run the Docker container with Ember-CLI

To run the image, you should perform 2 steps in command line interface (Windows recommended PowerShell): 1) Download the needed image - danlynn/ember-cli:2.4.3

docker pull danlynn/ember-cli:2.4.3

2) Go to the folder with ember-app

cd <путь до каталога>`

3) Run the Docker container

Option for Windows PowerShell

docker run --rm -ti -v ${PWD}:/myapp --entrypoint=/bin/bash -p 4200:4200 -p 49153:49153 -p 7357:7357 danlynn/ember-cli:2.4.3

Option for Linux bash

docker run --rm -ti -v $(pwd):/myapp --entrypoint=/bin/bash -p 4200:4200 -p 49153:49153 -p 7357:7357 danlynn/ember-cli:2.4.3

4) started the terminal running all the right commands Ember-CLI: npm i, bower i --allow-root, ember b, ember s etc..

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