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Building Web Apps with Ember.js [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jesse Cravens , Thomas Q Brady

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15. August 2014
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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Jesse is a Sr. Engineer at frog where he works with the world's leading companies, helping them to design, engineer, and bring to market meaningful products and services. With 12 years of experience in web application development, Jesse is currently focusing on single page web applications, the mobile web, and HTML5. Thomas Q Brady has been sketching and prototyping since he was barely able to read, starting with the Commodore Vic 20. Later, Thomas fell backward into a legitimate career as a design technologist at frog. Along the way, he has built run-the-business back-office software, business simulations, interactive marketing, high-fidelity prototype hardware and software, Arduino-powered bluetooth caller ID watches and even some web applications for clients and for fun. Thomas has enjoyed the opportunity to blog, both independently and for-hire, author a couple whitepapers and even file a couple patents.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good book for beginner Ember devs 9. August 2014
Von D. Mcintyre - Veröffentlicht auf 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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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concise and non-trivial 27. August 2014
Von Alexey I. Smirnov - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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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.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive look at the breadth of Ember. 11. September 2014
Von webdev - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The text is great for someone new to Single Page Apps or wanting to get a comprehensive look at the breadth of Ember.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Wish I could get a refund 24. August 2014
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Not a great place to start for ember. Not laid out that well information isn't easily transferable to your own projects. Definitions are not definitions at all. I wouldn't recommend this book for purchase
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