Warming Up With Ember.js

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Learn to demystify the Ember.js JavaScript framework by breaking it down. See how to build an application from scratch using Ember.js and Twitter Bootstrap.

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Warming Up
Level 1

Warming Up

3 Videos - 4 Challenges

Learn how to create an Ember application, set up your first Handlebars template, and meet the Ember Router.

Rendering the Flame
Level 2

Rendering the Flame

2 Videos - 4 Challenges

Expand on Handlebars with Helpers and learn how Ember Controllers can provide data for your templates.

A Route Through the Woods
Level 3

A Route Through the Woods

3 Videos - 6 Challenges

Start using resource routes, dynamic segments in your URLs and finish off with nested routes.

Acorn Models and Pinecone Data
Level 4

Acorn Models and Pinecone Data

2 Videos - 4 Challenges

We'll show how to use Ember Data to create related models using the Fixture Adapter and the REST Adapter.

Controlling Our Growth
Level 5

Controlling Our Growth

3 Videos - 6 Challenges

Dig deeper into ArrayControllers, computed properties and the advantages of nesting your controllers.

The Template Forest
Level 6

The Template Forest

5 Videos - 8 Challenges

Use Ember Components, partials and the Embers Render method to keep your Templates organized.

Acting on Instinct
Level 7

Acting on Instinct

3 Videos - 7 Challenges

Put the pieces together then learn how to react to user events.

Course Prerequisites

JavaScript Road Trip Part 2 or intermediate JavaScript knowledge.

The Professor

Adam Fortuna

Adam Fortuna

Adam came to the beta in Orlando, FL for Code School's Rails Best Practices course and they haven't been able to keep him away since. As a Java/Flex convert, Adam made a home in the Rails, Ruby and JavaScript world and has lately started exploring the wonderful land of iOS.

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12 Reviews

  • abitdodgy

    I loved this course. It's a great intro to EmberJS. More EmberJS courses, please. I wish the course delved more into data persistence, or, if not, to entirely remove the persistence part into a separate course. Having a teaser in this course is a great introduction to persistence but leaves you wanting more, and perhaps takes time away from explaining key concepts in greater detail. This is a great course that debunks the myth that Ember is difficult to grasp. Yes, it can be difficult, but it's also surprisingly accessible. Its difficulty correlates with your use case. This means it can be surprisingly simple, as well.

  • rawkamatic

    Went from only knowing that ember is a front-end framework, to wanting to use it for everything ever and feeling like this handily equips me to get started on that. One of the better CS courses I've completed.

  • barryofguilder

    This is the best walkthrough of the basics of Ember that's out there. The order in which the concepts are presented is perfect. If you're wanting to learn Ember, go through this course first.

  • brianhan

    This is the first time it all started to click for me. Amazing start on the basics. The course flow and structure was really good and can't wait for the rest of the course. In the meantime, I'm going to start building some ember apps.

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