Join Justin Yost for an in-depth discussion in this video Models in depth, part of Ember.js Essential Training.
- [Narrator] Now, let's talk about models in Ember.…What is the model layer in Ember?…Models are objects that represent…the current state of data in your application.…Every resource in your application…will typically be backed by a model of some sort.…Models are conceptually similar to…if you've done a classic web application…whatever was stored in your database.…But in Ember, they don't necessarily have to be.…Ember just needs a way to have some state…of some data that you need to store.…
Models are persistent, which means…we typically want to store the state…and data for the model somewhere that it can be retrieved…after the user closes their browser.…In Ember, this uses Ember Data to handle…the fetching and the storing of our data.…In our case, it's pulling from our Mirage-faked API.…However, this could also be a real API…you write and design or even a browser storage layer…like IndexedDB…or possibly talking to an external service.…Ember Data provides the ability…for you to write adapters to transform data…from a external service into a style…
- 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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