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Building Web Apps with Ember.js [Format Kindle]

Jesse Cravens , Thomas Q Brady
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  • Longueur : 188 pages
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If you’re a web developer interested in building scalable single-page applications—full-stack, browser-based apps that connect to a backend—this practical guide shows you how to use Ember.js, the popular JavaScript framework based on the model-view-controller (MVC) architectural pattern.

Through the course of the book, you’ll learn how to build a prototype Ember application (a musician index called Rock’n’Roll Call), using routers, templates, models, controllers, and views. You’ll also understand how Ember’s convention over configuration approach helps you persist data, build backend technologies, and create widgets for developing production-capable applications that behave like desktop software.

  • Set up workflow management and boilerplate code creation
  • Learn how Ember’s “developer ergonomics” help you use less code
  • Write templates for the book’s prototype with Handlebars.js
  • Use routers to manage application states without reloading the page
  • Connect controllers and views with events, and sync data with data-binding
  • Build an Ember backend with a RESTful API or Ruby on Rails
  • Use the Ember-Data library to persist data and talk to the backend
  • Write reusable encapsulated widgets to extend your applications

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 16218 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 188 pages
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  • Editeur : O'Reilly Media; Édition : 1 (9 juillet 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pratique 28 mars 2015
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Permet une approche rapide d'ember au travers d'un projet complet. Certaines parties sont détaillées, mais d'autres sont abordées peut etre trop rapidement.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book for beginner Ember devs 9 août 2014
Par D. Mcintyre - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a well-written book. It is the best single source that I've seen discussing the basics of Ember. I give it 4 stars *as a textbook for Ember beginners*, an experienced developer who already knows javascript and has written a HelloWorld Ember app but hasn't created a production ember app yet. This book will help you get over the hurdles of creating the production quality Ember app. But this book doesn't have much to offer if your Ember knowledge has already surpassed that point. I've been working with Ember for only 4 months and didn't find anything in the first half of the book that I didn't already know (such as regarding controllers, models, routing, templates). The book is somewhat helpful to me because it discusses workflow options (such as Grunt) and data service libraries that I didn't use in my project.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 skips some needed steps 30 septembre 2014
Par Sam De La Garza - Publié sur Amazon.com
The book started out great, with an analysis of what the emberjs dialect is. But fell to pieces quickly when the author asks you to git clone a few repos in order to get an app going. To me this was a missed opportunity in starting an app from scratch and learning about the moving pieces. This was repeated again when the server api was put in place...another git clone. Yes, it would've added another 10-20 pages, but in my opinion it would've been well worth the hassle. If it wasn't for this I would've ranked it higher.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Concise and non-trivial 27 août 2014
Par Alexey I. Smirnov - Publié sur Amazon.com
Throughout the book the authors demonstrate how to build a somewhat useful web app. Overall, I think the authors strike the right balance between being trivial and being too advanced. However, their narration style makes the book somewhat difficult to follow, because:

1) There are many references to specific git commits in the book, which suggests the readers look at git repo while reading the book. This is not convenient on mobile devices.

2) There are virtually no pictures in this book (sans screenshots). EmberJS framework's complexity is far from trivial, so a class diagram would make it much easier to understand the relationship between models, routes, views, etc.

In an advanced book like this, screenshots are mostly useless - your readers already know how to find Firefox extension. A URL will be enough.

Also, it would be good to see how EmberJS compares to other popular frameworks (AngularJS, Backbone), because each of them has their pros and cons. Many readers (including myself) have some experience with some of them. Without such comparison, EmberJS looked to me to be "just another AngularJS", until I reached the end of the book and found out more about persistent data framework, which appears to be superior of AngularJS's resource framework. So, this chapter should be moved to the front of the book, otherwise there is little chance that readers will be interested enough to read to the end of book, before they find out something new.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very well written and covers much more than just Ember 26 septembre 2014
Par Joe Davies - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is an excellent introduction to web apps for beginning or intermediate programmers (the book does cover some advanced topics as well, like data persistence and RESTful APIs). I was ambivalent between learning Ember vs Angular, although more inclined toward Angular since it seemed the more popular of the two. I am glad I gave this book a chance though. It not only teaches you Ember very well, but also provides a complete overview of webapp development, including all the tools you need, development workflow, and integration with your backend. They illustrate this by actually showing you how to code a simple but non-trivial example application through all the chapters. However, beyond the Ember content, what I really like about the book is the authors' commitment to really make concepts accessible and clear for someone starting out... most other books on this subject are content with giving terse explanations full of technical jargon, which are great if you need help falling asleep at night... Even if you decide later on that you want to use something else instead of Ember, this book will be useful for you: It is the best introduction to webapp development I have found. I definitely recommend this book.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not as beginner friendly as you'd think. 28 mars 2015
Par Brian D. McQueen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book suffers from poor editing and incomplete instruction, I've found.

There were several times I had to go to the github commits (which actually were quite helpful) because I didn't know where they intended me to write certain lines of code. I'm sure this book would make great amounts of sense if you were already familiar with Ember.js and its directory structure, but as someone just learning the language, I find it really quite lacking in explanation.
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