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    Getting Into Ember.js: Part 5Getting into ember
    Editor's Note: The Ember.js team has shifted to an expedited release schedule and as of this publication date are on version 1.2.0. This tutorial was written pre-v1.0 but many of the concepts are still applicable. We do our best to commission timely content and these situations happen from time-to-time. We'll work to update this in the future. In part 3 of my Ember series, I showed you how you can interact with data using Ember's Ember.Object main base class to create objects that define the methods and properties that act as a wrapper for your data. Here's an example:Read More…
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    Resources to Get You Up to Speed in Ember.jsEmber resources retina preview
    You've probably noticed a lot of chatter lately about the Ember.js framework and rightfully so. It aims to make it substantially easier to build single-page web apps by abstracting a lot of the complexities for writing scalable and maintainable MVC-based code. And developers are jumping on-board in droves.Read More…
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    Getting Into Ember: Part 4Getting into ember
    In my previous tutorial, I touched on how to use Ember.Object to define your models and work with datasets. In this section, we'll look more closely at how Ember uses the Handlebars templating framework to define your app's user interface.Read More…
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    Getting Into Ember.js: Part 3Getting into ember
    I hope that you're starting to see that Ember.js is a powerful, yet opinionated, framework. We've only scratched its surface; there's more to learn before we can build something truly useful! We'll continue using the Ember Starter Kit. In this portion of the series, we'll review accessing and managing data within Ember.Read More…
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    Getting into Ember.js: The Next StepsGetting into ember
    In my introductory article, I went over the basics of the Ember.js framework, and the foundational concepts for building an Ember application. In this follow-up article, we'll dive deeper into specific areas of the framework to understand how many of the features work together to abstract the complexities of single-page application development.Read More…
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    Getting Into Ember.jsGetting into ember
    There are a lot of JavaScript libraries available, and most are really good at providing the traditional DOM-centric interactions that your typical websites need. But when it's time to build a manageable code base for a single-page app, that's where a whole suite of new frameworks come in to smooth things out.Read More…
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    Master Developers: The Ember.js Core TeamEmber js
    Single page apps are the new hotness; everyone's trying to figure out the easiest way to build them. But it's more than just finding a couple of controls to slap together and sprinkling Ajax pixie dust on it. Building scalable and maintainable apps is serious business, which requires serious tools. Ember.js is a very serious framework for doing just that. Check out the interview I did with Ember.js Core Team leads, Yehuda Katz and Tom Dale, as they discuss what prompted them to begin the Ember project, its design philosophy, and where it fits into an already crowded library ecosystem.Read More…
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    Game On: Backbone and EmberBackbone and ember
    So you've accepted the challenge to go thick on the client-side; well done. You've considered all the frameworks out there and are unsure which one to choose? You're not alone. Read on.Read More…
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