Ember.js Guides
Ember.js Guides


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Ember.js Guides

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Last updated on 2014-10-04

About the Book

This is an unofficial book version of the Ember.js Guides located at http://emberjs.com/guides/

About the Author

Precious Jahlom Agboado
Precious Jahlom Agboado

Precious Jahlom Agoado is a freelance developer and a Data Scientist.

Follow him on Github: @jahlomp or Twitter: @jahlomp

Table of Contents

  • Ember.js Guides
  • Getting Started
    • Planning The Application
    • Creating a Static Mockup
    • Obtaining Ember.Js And Dependencies
    • Modeling Data
    • Using Fixtures
    • Displaying Model Data
    • Displaying A Model’s Complete State
    • Creating A New Model Instance
    • Marking a Model as Complete or Incomplete
    • Displaying the Number of Incomplete Todos
    • Toggling Between Showing and Editing States
    • Accepting Edits
    • Deleting a Model
    • Adding Child Routes
    • Transitioning to Show Only Incomplete Todos
    • Transitioning to Show Only Complete Todos
    • Transitioning back to Show All Todos
    • Displaying a Button to Remove All Completed Todos
    • Indicating When All Todos Are Complete
    • Toggling All Todos Between Complete and Incomplete
    • Replacing the Fixture Adapter with Another Adapter
  • Getting Ember
    • Ember Builds
    • Bower
    • RubyGems
  • Concepts
    • Core Concept
    • Naming Conventions
  • The Object Model
    • Classes and Instances
    • Computed Properties
    • Computed Properties and Aggregate Data with @each
    • Observers
    • Bindings
    • One-Way Bindings
    • Reopening Classes and Instances
    • Bindings, Observers, Computed Properties: What Do I Use When?
  • Application
    • Creating an Application
  • Templates
    • The Application Template
    • Handlebars Basics
    • Conditionals
    • Displaying a List of Items
    • Changing Scope
    • Binding Element Attributes
    • Binding Element Class Names
    • Links
    • Actions
    • Input Helpers
    • Development Helpers
    • Rendering with Helpers
    • Writing Helpers
  • Routing
    • Introduction
    • Defining Your Routes
    • Generated Objects
    • Specifying A Routes Model
    • Setting Up A Controller
    • Rendering A Template
    • Redirecting
    • Specifying The URL Type
    • Query Parameters
    • Asynchronous Routing
    • Loading / Error Substates
    • Preventing And Retrying Transitions
  • Components
    • Introduction
    • Defining A Component
    • Passing Properties To A Component
    • Wrapping Content in a Component
    • Customizing A Component’s Element
    • Handling User Interaction with Actions
    • Sending Actions from Components to Your Application
  • Controllers
    • Introduction
    • Representing A Single Model With ObjectController
    • Representing Multiple Models With ArrayController
    • Managing Dependencies Between Controllers
  • Models
    • Introduction
    • Defining Models
    • Creating Deleting Records
    • Pushing Records Into The Store
    • Persisting Records
    • Finding Records
    • Working With Records
    • Using Fixtures
    • The REST Adapter
    • Connecting to an HTTP Server
    • Handling Metadata
    • Customizing Adpters
    • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Views
    • Introduction
    • Defining A View
    • Handling Events
    • Customizing A Views Element
    • Built-In Views
    • Manually Managing View Hierachy
  • Enumerables
    • Enumerables
  • Testing
    • Introduction
    • Integration Test
    • Test Helpers
    • Testing User Interaction
    • Unit Testing Basics
    • Unit Test Helpers
    • Unit Test Components
    • Testing Controllers
    • Testing Routes
    • Testing Models
    • Automating Tests with Runners
  • Configuring Ember.js
    • Disabling Prototype Extensions
    • Embedding Applications
    • Feature Flags
  • Cookbook
    • Introduction
    • Contributing
    • User Interface & Interaction
    • Event Handling & Data Binding
    • Helpers & Components
    • Working with Objects
  • Understanding Ember.js
    • The View Layer
    • Managing Asynchrony
    • Keeping Templates Up-to-Date
    • Debugging
    • Routing
    • Views / Templates
    • Controllers
    • Ember Data
    • Observers / Binding
    • Miscellaneous
    • The Run Loop
  • Contributing To Ember.js
    • Adding New Features
    • Repositories

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