Join Justin Yost for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Ember.js Essential Training.
- [Instructor] The Exercise Files for this course, are zipped up, using 7-Zip. To unzip these files, you can go to 7-zip.org, and download the 7-Zip software for your operating system. After you've downloaded and installed the 7-Zip software, you can unzip the Exercise Files. The Exercise Files are organized into folders, organized by chapter, and movie number. Inside each folder, is an Ember application, that we will be building, Bookmarker.
As well as any additional files, or snippets needed for that specific video. Any additional files, or other resources, provided in this course, will be explained as we use them. You can also follow along, in your own Ember application if you wish. If you don't have access to the Exercise Files, you can still follow along, just by watching. In the interest of saving your internet bandwidth, we've decided to delete the node modules directory, and the bookmarker directory, for each of these videos.
To recreate this directory, and have the node modules installed, what you must do, is go to your terminal application, change directory into the bookmarker directory, for that video's Exercise Files. From here, you want to run npm install. After npm has installed all of your dependencies, you can run the command Ember s, or Ember server, to start-up your Ember server.
After your Ember server is started up, you can navigate in your browser, to localhost port 4200. And you'll see our bookmarker application. To kill your Ember server application, from your terminal application, where the Ember server started up, you want to hit the command Control + C. This will stop your Ember server. Keep in mind, to re-start your Ember server at any time, you can run the command Ember server, or Ember s.
At which point, your Ember application is available at localhost port 4200.
- 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
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11. The Ember.js Community
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