Starting with Ember.js 2 (SR108)




Ember isn’t like other JavaScript frameworks. Instead of providing a solution to the ‘view’ part of the Model-View-Controller design process, it tackles the client-side application problem as a whole. Whether it’s the web, mobile, or service applications, Ember works it using the model-view-ViewModel approach and does it flawlessly. If you’re an IT professional or just a hobbyist interested in web architecture, UI design, or even testing and administrating, Ember will make your life infinitely easier.

Create Ambitious Web Applications

Understand how Ember 2 works in web and mobile solutions
Learn how Ember 2 solutions are designed, administered and developed
Code an Ember 2 project with an online IDE
Use Ember’s component paradigm, data management library, CLI tool, and more
Implement Ember Add-Ons, routing, authentication, and more
Write and run Unit, Acceptance and Integration tests
Style and Ember app with an Ember Material CSS Library
Launch Your Ember 2 Projects Now

This Ember 2 online course was designed specifically with web developers who design and build UI/UX solutions in mind. However, the information presented is just as valuable for architects, testers, or product managers. Ideally, you’ll have some experience in creating web UIs with normal JavaScript tools like jQuery or Bootstrap, as well as programming with an object-oriented or scripting language and JavaScript development of complete client-side solutions. Ember Experience, on the other hand, is absolutely not necessary.

This course will start off by giving you an overview of what Ember is and how and why it works. Then you’ll install it and get going with the good stuff! You’ll start off with routing, templates and helpers, Ember components, and Ember Data, and once you’ve to grip with the fundamentals you’ll begin building your own Ember app.

You’ll design your app, build it out, create the components, and complete the code, and then you’ll move on to testing it. But it doesn’t stop there; this course also covers more advanced aspects including styling, add-ons, and security. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be more than capable of getting your own Ember projects up and running.

About Ember

Ember is a free, open-source, JavaScript framework for creating ambitious web applications. It allows web developers and UI/UX developers to create scalable, single-page web apps by incorporating common idioms, reducing code lines with Handlebars-integrated templates, and creating application-specific HTML tags. Websites such as Groupon, Nordstrom, and the desktop app Apple Music all use Ember.


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