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05-15-2012 12:37 PM
I can not seem to get the ripple emulator to start when I open my "index.html" file in Chrome. If I start up a normal website like yahoo.com, the emulator will fire up.
Is there anything special that you need to do? Does my "index.html" need to be on a server somewhere in order to get it to run?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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05-15-2012 07:04 PM
When you visit a URL in Chrome, you must click the Ripple icon and Enable the plugin on that page. This icon should appear in the top-right corner of Chrome once the plugin is installed.
Generally I would also recommend that you are hosting your files on a personal web server (even if it means accessing it via localhost in Chrome) as opposed to dragging/dropping files directly into Chrome.
05-16-2012 05:47 AM
You need to set up a local webserver and deploy the files to there. Then in chrome you do something like http://localhost/baconApp and it loads like a normal website.
Maybe use something like MAMP? Quick and easy.