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Episode 408: Ember Part 1 (pro)

#408 Ember Part 1 pro Mar 04, 2013 | 15 minutes | Views , Plugins Ember.js is a javascript framework for making rich client-side applications. In the first part of this two part series I show how to setup templates, controllers, and routes. Subscribe to Watch Episode Tweet Show Notes 6 Comments Similar Episodes < Previous Episode Subscribe to RailsCasts Pro to access this episode and other pro and revised episodes. Only $9 per month. Learn more about RailsCasts Pro

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