Ember.js - bad gateway on port 7357

emberjs

#1

So, I’m running … https://guides.emberjs.com/v2.12.0/tutorial/acceptance-test/ … and using the configuration from the previous pages of the guide. In my console I get the phantom.js running it’s 10 tests successfully, just I can’t connect to the web browser on that port to view the results (I know I can get logs via other locations, but I want to fix the issue with port anyways).

Second question - I’m having trouble locating log files for ember …


#2

This is likely related to Cloud9 only making 3 ports publicly available: 8080, 8081, and 8082. Check out Multiple Ports for more details.

Given that, you’ll need to run tests on one of those ports if you’d like to open it up yourself in a browser.


#3

Roger - besides forwarding through the 3 allowed - are there any work arounds? Do paid accounts get more ports?


#4

No, free and paid accounts are created equal in this regard. Unless you want to Set Up an SSH Workspace, you’re bound to those three ports.


#5

Oh man… you just upped the game for me pretty massively - I was wondering why there aren’t many questions for you guys comparatively to other services I’ve tried & the fact everyone runs their own servers but has you guys as their IDE makes sense!

Any recommendations for hosts on the server companies to run for just development? - I can use digital ocean or heroku if/when I start hosting out production stuff.


#6

I’d recommend using AWS EC2 (Cloud9 is owned by Amazon ;)) but I also have personal experience with Digital Ocean and I can highly recommend them as well.