@trek, who has written substantial Ember.js documentation and assists in the IRC channel, writes about best practices of putting Ember to use. A must-read.
Enthuse.me are graciously hosting the first London EmberJS User Group at their offices on July 4th.
If you’re in London and have been using Ember, or just thinking about getting started, come along and meet others in the same boat.
“What do you get when you cross Ember.js with the Single Responsibility Principle? I recently decided to find out by refactoring the architecture of Ember.js so that each class had only one responsibility. This is the result of my experiment.”
A solid intro to Ember.js on Adobe Developer Connection written by @commadelimited.
And be sure to read Yehuda’s gist that’s linked up.
Solid article on the boilerplate-free routing in Ember.js
John Firebaugh explains that while defineProperty has good enough support to use natively, Ember’s property descriptors also handle the
method_missing like scenario that we’ll have to wait for ES6 to provide via Proxies.
Core Team member Peter Wagenet continues his daily dose of hugely valuable Ember posts at emberist.com
We have just merged evome/ember-bootstrap with jzajpt/ember-bootstrap
I noticed there were two competing Bootstrap integrations with Ember, so I asked if they could combine forces. They merged:
And now you can get your Twitter Bootstrap Ember hotness at github.com/jzajpt/ember-bootstrap
Open source collaboration in action!
A step-by-step tutorial for getting Ember Data playing nicely with Rails. Also check out Ember Rest if you need data persistence for Ember apps but would like something simpler than Ember Data.