24 Dec '13, 12am

@avdi check out Giles' ebook (108 pages, focused, good)

I've written a new ebook. It provides a detailed introduction to Ember.js. One enormous caveat: it doesn't deal with the data layer at all. I think this is fine, because Ember Data hasn't gotten near 1.0 yet, and Discourse and some other Ember projects roll their own data layers anyway . Nonetheless, my new book's 108 pages long, with extensive code samples, because there's a lot of other material in Ember to cover. The book covers a few different Ember "hello world" implementations, then shows you how to build a trivial GitHub notifications API reader , and then walks you through building a complete chess game, with HTML5 drag and drop, and similar user interface flourishes. The gradually-increasing sophistication of these example applications helps me acquaint you with the Ember mentality. Ember's widely known to have a somewhat punishing initial learning curve. By start...

Full article: http://gilesbowkett.blogspot.com/2013/06/heretical-guide-...

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