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\o/ Call for contributors! \o/
The core project of Amber has enough resources, but:
- the Helios IDE (https://github.com/amber-smalltalk/helios), as well as
- examples (https://github.com/amber-smalltalk/amber-examples), and
- documentation (https://github.com/amber-smalltalk/amber-documentation)
would need some of your care.
Thank you very much!
(see CONTRIBUTING.md for further details)
Do this  to create an Amber project of your own and start working in it:
# Install the CLI tool `amber-cli` and supporting tools npm install -g amber-cli bower grunt-cli # Initialize your project (directory must be empty) cd /path/to/myproject amber init # (optional) Install backward compatibility bower install amber-compat-es5 --save # be loadable in older browsers bower install amber-compat-ie8 --save # additional tweaks to load in IE8 # Serve amber on localhost:4000 amber serve
The Getting started page shows more details on ways to obtain Amber and start a project.
 For installation to work, you need to install
git (in Windows, use Git for Windows and select "Run Git from Windows Command Prompt" and "Checkout Windows-style, commit Unix-style" installation options).
amberccli tools here: https://github.com/amber-smalltalk/amber/issues. Issues related to questions during
amber initand structure of project created should be reported to https://github.com/amber-smalltalk/grunt-init-amber/issues instead.
Please refer to CONTRIBUTING.md for further details.
Please refer to CONTRIBUTING.md for further details. It explains the Amber development setup and how to contribute.
Amber is released under the MIT license. All contributions made for inclusion are considered to be under MIT.
More on the project page