Ember.js Solutions

Ember.js Solutions
Ember.js Solutions
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 4.5 Hours | 1.04 GB

Arm yourself with over 65 hands-on tasks to master building scalable web applications with Ember.js

Ember.js is an open source JavaScript framework that will make you more productive. It uses common idioms and practices, making it simple to create amazing single-page applications. It also lets you create code in a modular way using the latest JavaScript features. Not only that, it has a great set of APIs to get any task done. The Ember.js community is welcoming to newcomers and is ready to help you when needed.

This video course provides in-depth explanations on how to use the Ember.js framework to take you from beginner to expert level. You’ll start with some basic topics and by the end of the course, you’ll know everything you need to know to build a fully operational Ember application.

We’ll begin by explaining key points on how to use the Ember.js framework and the associated tools. You’ll learn how to effectively use Ember CLI and how to create and deploy your application. We’ll take a close look at the Ember object model and templates by examining bindings and observers. We’ll then move onto Ember components, models, and Ember Data. We’ll show you examples on how to connect to RESTful databases. Next we’ll get to grips with testing with integration and acceptance tests using QUnit.

We will conclude by covering authentication, services, and Ember add-ons. We’ll explore advanced topics such as services and initializers, and how to use them together to build real-time applications.

What You Will Learn

  • Skip the boilerplate code with Ember CLI generators
  • Create a component with actions and events
  • Set up a model with Ember Data using fixture data
  • Create several different types of test cases and run them
  • Manage and set up user authentication using Ember Simple Auth
  • Add animated transitions to your app with Liquid Fire
  • Create a working chat application
  • Set up an Ember Service and initializer with dependency injection
Table of Contents

1. Ember CLI Basics
Installing Ember CLI
Creating Your First Project
Exploring Pods and the Folder Layout
Compiling the Assets
Managing Dependency
Upgrading Your Project
Deploying Your application

2. The Ember.Object Model
Working with Computed Properties
Working with Ember Observers in Ember.js
Working with Bindings
Using Mixins
Using Enumerables with Arrays

3. Ember Templates
Working with Conditionals in Templates
Displaying a List of Items
Binding with Element Attributes and Classes
Working with HTML Links Inside Templates
Handling HTML Actions
Using Template Input Helpers
Using Development Helpers

4. Ember Router
Defining an Application Route
Setting Up a Route Model
Handling Dynamic Segments Inside Routes
Defining Routes with Templates
Using Redirection with Routes
Working with Asynchronous Routing
Loading and Error Handling
Using Query Parameters

5. Ember Controllers
Working with Classes and Instances
Handling Actions in Controllers
Working with Transitions
Managing Dependencies Between Controllers

6. Ember Components
Using Components in an Application
Using Events in Components
Implementing Actions in Components
Passing Properties to a Component Using Yield with Components

7. Ember Models and Ember Data
Understanding the Functionalities of Ember
Creating, Reading, Updating, and Deleting Records with Ember Data
Using Fixtures
Customizing the Adapter and Serializer
Working with Relationships

8. Logging, Debugging, and Testing
Using Ember.Logger
Using Ember Inspector and Verifying Deprecations
Using Acceptance Testing
Using Unit Tests
Testing Components
Testing Routes, Models, and Controllers

9. Real-Life Tasks with Ember.js
Using Services with a Component
Managing Basic Authentication
Using OAuth2 with Ember Simple Auth
Using Liquid Fire to Create Transitions
Working with HTML5 Drag and Drop
Learning Bootstrap with Ember.js

10. Awesome Tasks with Ember
Using Ember Validations
Using D3.js with Ember.js
Using Ember with Socket.IO
Using Server-Side Rendering