Ember.js is a framework for, in their words, “ambitious web applications.” But is it going to cause more trouble than it’s worth? We start a three-part deep-dive into Ember. In this episode, Ember fundamentals. We look at a “Hello World” app, components, modularity, testing, and the challenges of escaping Ember’s assumptions.
In this Soup to Bits episode, we are going to take what we learned from Try Ember and build an application step by step. Nathaniel Bibler and Gregg Pollack will walk you through building a Wilderness Safety Quiz app, which is the quizzing/polling system seen in the Try Ember course.
Ember.js is a framework well-suited for complex and highly interactive apps. Its “convention over configuration” philosophy can end up saving developers from spending time and energy, having to write boilerplate code. With ember’s recent release of the “2.0” version, the framework is are, more performant, and more complete than ever. Over this two day course, we’ll learn about the ember ecosystem, and build a rich cross-device app together step-by-step from scratch.
Essential: A masterpiece of progressive rock music.
Blonde on Blonde's second album, Rebirth, was a more focused body of music than their debut; it also constituted the recording debut of the group's second lineup: David Thomas (vocals, guitar, bass), Gareth Johnson (sitar, lead guitar, lute, electronic effects), Richard Hopkins (bass, keyboards), and Les Hicks (drums, percussion). Whether they're doing the spacy, airy, psychedelic pop of "Castles in the Sky" or the folky "Time Is Passing," the group attack their instruments as though they're performing live, and the effect is riveting throughout, even when the melodic content flags slightly.