Even if like Romain says,, Here is a nice list of tutorial and resources about EmberJS.
Everyone can take away what he needs. Feel free via the comments to notify us other resources and why not yours ?(source : emberjs.com)
Welcome to the Ember.js Guides! This documentation will take you from total beginner to Ember expert.
The Guides begin with an explanation of how to get started with Ember, followed by a tutorial on how to build your first Ember app. If you’re brand new to Ember, we recommend you start off by following along with these first two sections of the Guides.
| If you have a question about Ember.JS this is the book with the answers. Ember.JS: Questions and Answers takes some of the best questions and answers asked on the stackoverflow website.
You can use this book to lookup commonly asked questions, browse questions on a particular topic, compare answers to common topics, check out the original source and much more. This eBook has been designed to be very easy to use, with many internal links set up that makes browsing in many different ways possible.
Topics covered include: Handlebars.js, Router, data, MVC, REST, authentication, Node.js and many more.
This book is an exploration of Ember JS, which is a Java Script framework. The book begins by exploring controllers in depth. You will learn how to create controllers, as well as injecting dependencies or connections between different controllers. Models, which are a very important part of applications, are discussed. You will learn how to create models in Ember JS. The book guides you on how to perform several operations on the models such as persisting, updating, and deleting them. The various types of relationships between models are also examined, showing ii you how to implement these in your apps. The book also guides you on how to handle metadata and the various ways to customize these in Ember JS. The various application concerns associated with Ember JS are explained, and you will learn how to handle them. These include dependency injections, dealing with services, initializers, and others.
Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:
Ember is fantastic for all kinds of frontend projects, but its sweet spot are medium/large real-world applications.
Its philosophy is reflected in phrases such as “Built for productivity”, “Don’t reinvent the wheel” and “Don’t waste time making trivial choices”.
In order to learn Ember we need to start small. That is exactly what we’ll do today.
We will build a reading list – not the most complex app ever built, but more than enough to learn its architecture and best practices.
In today’s tutorial we are going to build a single page application with Ember.js 2.x. Ember.js 2.x, like Angular 2, is more of a framework and boasts a 10x performance improvement over the 1.x iteration. For our backend, instead of building and deploying a traditional web server, we’ll build a Webtask that will provide server-side functionality. With the stage set, let’s get started.
This application is an example of a blog. You’ll be able to login with Twitter and add or delete posts. In additions you can leave a comment on anyone else’s post.
If you’d like to follow along the code is on Github. A fully working demo can be found here.
This tutorial will cover the following concepts:
This tutorial provides an introduction to the Ember JS framework. It shows you how to build an Ember app with a Ruby on Rails backend while explaining all the underlying concepts along the way.
See you soon for a next resume about Angular
More articles about Resources and tutorials :
- REACT : http://blog.js-republic.com/20-resources-and-tutorials-about-reactjs-framework/
- NODE : http://blog.js-republic.com/compilation-de-tutos-ressources-nodejs/
- GRAPHQL : http://blog.js-republic.com/compilation-ressources-graphql/
- METEOR : http://blog.js-republic.com/compilation-ressources-meteor/
- TYPESCRIPT : http://blog.js-republic.com/resources-range-about-typescript/
- REDUX : http://blog.js-republic.com/resources-range-about-redux/
- EmberJS : http://blog.js-republic.com/emberjs-resources-range/ (? you are here)
- Angular : http://blog.js-republic.com/angular-resources-range/