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Testing in Ember with Ember CLI Codementor  ●  Ember.js · JavaScript  ●  Oct 30, 2015
Testing in Ember with Ember CLI

Ember has three types of testing: unit, integration, and acceptance. In this article we will look at unit and acceptance testing.

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Application Design in Ember.js Bryan Crotaz Bryan Crotaz  ●  Ember.js · Oop · Architecture · JavaScript  ●  Sep 15, 2015
Application Design in Ember.js

Strive to create beautiful clean design, and you’ll have a maintainable application which is a joy to work with. This article will explain some of the ways you can do that with Ember.js

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An Overview of Ember Simple Auth Marco Otte-Witte Marco Otte-Witte  ●  Ember.js · JavaScript  ●  Jun 10, 2015
An Overview of Ember Simple Auth

This article will cover the core concepts of how Ember Simple Auth works. Ember Simple Auth is a lightweight library used for session management, authentication, and authorization. This post is based on the Codementor Office Hours hosted by Marco Otte-Witte, the author of Ember Simple Auth. Introduction Ember Simple Auth is from Simplabs and...

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Ember Simple Auth vs Torii Marco Otte-Witte Marco Otte-Witte  ●  Ember.js · JavaScript  ●  Jun 10, 2015
Ember Simple Auth vs Torii

This post will cover Ember Simple Auth vs. Torii, how to use Simple Auth and Torii together, how to fetch user data with Ember Simple Auth. It will also briefly cover why Marco Otte-Witte, the author of Ember Simple Auth, chose Ember over AngularJS. This article is based on the Codementor Office Hours hosted by Marco. You can read an overview...

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MV* Frameworks Office Hours Q&A: REACT.js, Angular Design Practices, and More Craig McKeachie Craig McKeachie  ●  JavaScript · Ember.js · AngularJS  ●  Dec 09, 2014
MV* Frameworks Office Hours Q&A: REACT.js, Angular Design Practices, and More

This post will talk about which MV* to choose for large apps in terms of code base maintainability, AngularJS design practices to follow, and whether you should consider using REACT.js + Flux + Backbone.js for your project. The text summary is written by the Codementor team and is based on the Codementor Office Hours hosted by Craig McKeachie,...

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Angular vs Ember vs Backbone: What Should JavaScript Beginners Learn? Craig McKeachie Craig McKeachie  ●  JavaScript · Ember.js · AngularJS  ●  Dec 09, 2014
Angular vs Ember vs Backbone: What Should JavaScript Beginners Learn?

If you’re not an advanced JavaScript developer at the point of learning your first framework, what should you pick? This article will give you some ideas and compare AngularJS, Ember.js, and Backbone.js, giving you some code examples for you to get a better idea. The text summary is written by the Codementor team and is based on the Codementor...

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Should You Use a JavaScript MVC Framework to Build Your Web Application? Craig McKeachie Craig McKeachie  ●  JavaScript · Ember.js · AngularJS  ●  Dec 09, 2014
Should You Use a JavaScript MVC Framework to Build Your Web Application?

This article will explain the differences between server-side applications and client-side applications (single-page applications) to help readers understand what sort their project should be built in. Server-side applications are built with languages such as Ruby on Rails, while Single-Page Applications are built with JavaScript using...

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AngularJS, Backbone.js or Ember.js – Which One to Choose for Your Project? Craig McKeachie Craig McKeachie  ●  JavaScript · Ember.js · AngularJS  ●  Dec 09, 2014
AngularJS, Backbone.js or Ember.js – Which One to Choose for Your Project?

This JavaScript comparison series is based on a Codementor Office Hours session with Craig McKeachie, author of the JavaScript Framework Guide.  Let’s discuss about the pros and cons of AngularJS, Backbone.js, and Ember.js to help you better decide which JavaScript MV* framework to choose for your project. Introduction Although I mostly come...

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Learning Behavior-Driven Development with Ember CLI Oliver Barnes Oliver Barnes  ●  Ember.js  ●  Sep 22, 2014
Learning Behavior-Driven Development with Ember CLI

Codementor Oliver Barnes has been coding with Ruby for over seven years, and he has been an avid practitioner of Test Driven Development and Behavior Driven Development. He has contributed to several open source projects such as Grape, and lately has been focusing on mentoring and pair programming. This article was originally posted at his...

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Ember.js Tutorial: How to Indicate Progress With Loading Routes Balint Erdi Balint Erdi  ●  Ember.js  ●  Sep 16, 2014
Ember.js Tutorial: How to Indicate Progress With Loading Routes

A Ruby on Rails and Ember.js consultant, Balint Erdi is a freelance developer & conference speaker with over twelve years of experience.   This article was originally posted on Balint’s blog.   When an Ember app is being loaded at first, the user sees a blank screen. When transitioning between two routes and loading data to render for the...

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