Front-End Frameworks: Ember.js (Part I – III)
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Front-End Frameworks: Ember.js (Part I)
Ember.js is a framework for, in their words, “ambitious web applications.” But is it going to cause more trouble than it’s worth? We start a three-part deep-dive into Ember. In this episode, Ember fundamentals. We look at a “Hello World” app, components, modularity, testing, and the challenges of escaping Ember’s assumptions.
Front-End Frameworks: Ember.js (Part II)
We continue our investigation of Ember.js with a look at its influence on design and architecture. We build out our stock market projection components and hook them up to our intentionally-quirky domain layer. How easily does Ember integrate with existing business logic, and what does it take to test an Ember component? We find out.
Front-End Frameworks: Ember.js (Part III)
We wrap up our exploration of Ember.js by building out custom form fields, setting up events and cross-application communication mechanisms, and dealing with performance. In the end, is Ember.js a good choice for your front-end applications? We decide.
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