The Ember.js Way

Overview

The new Ember.js framework gives developers all the power they need to build front-ends for tomorrow's most ambitious web applications. Ember.js has moved rapidly towards maturity, but until now, most Ember.js documentation has been brief and high level. Now , two pioneering Ember.js developers and project participants show you exactly how to make the most of this remarkable technology. Inspired by Addison-Wesley's classic The Rails Way series, The Ember.js Way crystallizes all that's been learned about Ember.js ...

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Overview

The new Ember.js framework gives developers all the power they need to build front-ends for tomorrow's most ambitious web applications. Ember.js has moved rapidly towards maturity, but until now, most Ember.js documentation has been brief and high level. Now , two pioneering Ember.js developers and project participants show you exactly how to make the most of this remarkable technology. Inspired by Addison-Wesley's classic The Rails Way series, The Ember.js Way crystallizes all that's been learned about Ember.js development into a start-to-finish approach that works.

Brian Cardarella and Alex Navasardyan start by guiding you through building a basic Ember.js application. They introduce each key concept at a high level, and then "deep dive" into all core topics. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience building advanced Ember.js applications, Cardarella and Navasardyan show how to:

  • Use templates, routing, controllers, actions, views, components, promises, data, runloop, computed properties, observers, bindings, instrumentation, and more
  • Smoothly integrate Ember.js into your existing web stack
  • Build Ember.js apps with Ruby on Rails and Node.js as the backends
  • Explore and leverage the fast-growing third-party ecosystem for Ember.js
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321994530
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Publication date: 10/16/2014
  • Series: Developer's Library Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 400

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Getting Started

2. Ember.Object

3. Templates

4. Routing

5. Controllers

6. Actions

7. Views

8. Components

9. Promises

10. Ember Data

11. Runloop

12. Computed Properties

13. Observers and Bindings

14. Instrumentation

15. Cookbook

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