Routes, Resources, & Controllers

Ember.js 1.3.2    |    Beginner
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Ember.js uses the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern. Examine how to work with views and controllers, examine routing and enumerables, and use browser development tools to debug Ember applications.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • create routes in an Ember application
    create a route subclass to change the default behavior of a route in an Ember application
    set up a data model inside a custom route in an Ember application
    use the setupController hook to tell the controller which specific model to present in an Ember application
    use the renderTemplate hook to render a template other than the default one on a web page of an Ember application
    automatically redirect users from one route to another using transitionTo in Ember applications
  • group routes into resources in an Ember application
    use Ember.View to render templates into a web page in an Ember application
    create an ObjectController and access from a template in an Ember application
    create an ArrayController and acccess from a template in an Ember application
    use the Enumerable class and its methods in an Ember application
    debug Ember.js applications using browser development tools

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