Join Justin Yost for an in-depth discussion in this video The Ember.js pattern, part of Ember.js Essential Training.
- [Narrator] Let's explore the Ember.js pattern…to building a web application.…This is the basic approach you'll use…for every URL in your site.…We work from a URL to a route,…which maps to a model,…that if needed will persist or retrieve data…from the server.…Afterwards, the template will render for the matching route,…which will call any components and helpers,…for any pieces of content needed.…We're given a URL.…Either someone clicked a link…or typed it or came via search.…However, what matters it that they are here.…
What should happen at this point?…Well, we need to know what primary work…we should be doing for this URL.…That's our router.…Ember.js uses a router to say,…for actions along this path, this code should manage them.…The route handler is a code that we say,…okay, along this path, we need to load this model.…The model is the main data layer for our Ember application.…The model is all of the data that we'll need…to manage and present to our end-users.…The route handler also kicks off rendering…our matching template.…
- Why choose Ember?
- Installing Ember.js and Ember Inspector
- Defining the model
- Creating nested and dynamic routes
- Loading templates with routes
- Rendering different templates
- Displaying collections
- Working with Ember components
- Building forms
- Creating, editing, and deleting records
- Configuring Ember.js applications
- Testing your Ember application
- Installing add-ins
- Upgrading an Ember application
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Ember.js Basics
2. Getting Started with Ember.js
3. Our First Ember.js Application
4. Ember.js Routes
5. Ember.js Models
6. Ember.js Templates
7. Ember.js Components
9. Application Configuration
Build an app for production3m 29s
11. The Ember.js Community
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