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Ember isn’t like other JavaScript frameworks. Instead of providing a solution to the ‘view’ part of the Model–View–Controller design process, it tackles the client–side application problem as a whole. Whether it’s web, mobile, or service applications, Ember works it using the model–view–viewmodel approach and does it flawlessly. If you’re a IT professional or just a hobbyist interested in web architecture, UI design, or even testing and administrating, Ember will make your life infinitely easier.

Create Ambitious Web Applications

Understand how Ember 2 works in web and mobile solutions

Learn how Ember 2 solutions are designed, administered and developed

Code an Ember 2 project with an online IDE

Use Ember’s component paradigm, data management library, CLI tool, and more

Implement Ember Add–Ons, routing, authentication, and more

Write and run Unit, Acceptance and Integration tests

Style and Ember app with an Ember Material CSS Library

Launch Your Ember 2 Projects Now

This Ember 2 online course was designed specifically with web developers who design and build UI/UX solutions in mind. However, the information presented is just as valuable for architects, testers, or product managers. Ideally you’ll have some experience in creating web UIs with normal JavaScript tools like jQuery or Bootstrap, as well as programming with an object–oriented or scripting language and JavaScript development of complete client–side solutions. Ember Experience, on the other hand, is absolutely not necessary.

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Specification: Starting with Ember.js 2

Duration

5 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Ajay Gandhi

    Good going.Clarity in voice.

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  2. Didier Garcia

    Very good course on starting EmberJs. The presentation looks and sounds great. I would recommend this as a first course in EmberJs. Some suggestions: * In the OAuth Section, installing and configuring ember simple auth and torii is skipped. This would have been really nice to know how the characters section was configured to need an authenticated user. * In the Ember Data Section, A more detailed explanation of how a request for model data in the routes/*.js pages gets to a backend service (like mirage) would have been really helpful. As it stands if couldn’t draw you a diagram illustrating the flow. * Also in the Ember Data Section, how does one go from using mirage to a real backend?

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  3. Gabriel Elkind

    The breakdown of concepts is clear and concise, but really frustrating flaws make this course basically unusable. I’m only partway through section 2, but already there’s been a LOT of code which is sloppy, sloppy, sloppy. It’s pretty clear that the instructor didn’t run the code before publishing it, it’s full of really horrendous syntax errors like putting assignments and semi colons in the middle of object literal declarations. All you have to do is run your code once to make sure you aren’t giving students something which is going to fail and cause confusion. Combined with the spelling errors in the presentations, this whole thing feels very hastily put together and low effort. If you’re going to go through the effort of designing a course and making animations, slides, etc, why would you not use a spell checker, code linter and do the base minimum to make sure your code runs. Plus, all the example code is themed with obscure Hawaiin culture references. No disrespect to Hawaiin culture, but it’s just not recognizable to most people. You’re literally speaking in a language that less than .01% of the world is familiar with, let alone understands. You need to take a concept which is unfamiliar to students and break it down into concepts which are simple and relatable. ‘Person‘ objects have ‘name‘, ‘name‘s have ‘lastName‘ and ‘firstName‘ etc. it really shouldn’t be so hard. Build something simple and real for godssake, ‘Surfer.sup(‘Shootz Brah!’)‘ and ‘WahineSurfer Surfer.extend…‘ does not illustrate what you’re trying to explain to anyone who doesn’t get the reference.

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  4. Juan Pablo Faricelli

    The suggested cloud env to create the app, forces you to put your credit card information to create an account that is suppose to be free. the code is not tested, there are syntax errors, and some concepts are not clear enough because their functionality is not been shown. I did some other tutorials before this one and in here the full potential of the ember CLI is not been used nor explained.

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  5. Arijit Tulal

    Starting Modules are precise.

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  6. Anukul

    The cource is not good for the people who is trying to learn for first time. It can be only helpfull for the people who knows already ember

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  7. Vasanth

    very useful

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  8. Ravi Upadhyay

    This is well designed course in terms of topics need to be covered. But I felt it could be better if more explanation is added. Basically when used ember syntax etc.

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  9. Charles Watson

    Since many of the early steps are environment configuration related and these appear broken by following the course content it appears that your use of c9 isn’t to optimum. Suggest leveraging the public project configurations so the students can leverage live updates to the configurations to support your content. Failing that you should update your course content with static files supporting the breaks that appear to plague your content. I’ve checked your Q&A and this is a frequently stated break in your course for which your TA’s provide little relief. Other than that stop charging for such a poorly constructed course. Honestly I don’t have time to correct your paid for content.

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  10. O.J. SousaOsorio Rodrigues

    Voice and content are great, better graphics would help.

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  11. Siddharth Subramoni

    The code does not work at times. This makes it really difficult to have a hands on approach at times.

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  12. Michael Seals

    Very well done, clear and lucid, and the information is presented in a logical and orderly manner.

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  13. Jose Ricardo Guilherme Ferreira

    Overall it was good, but the diction could be improved. The quality of the slides could be better or totally eliminated, since they do not add too much value. It would be better to focus totally on the apps. The ember tooltip add on didn’t work properly.

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  14. Marcelo Corni Alves

    Sinceramente eu esperava um curso mais din mico e atualizado. Muito slide para pouco c digo.

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  15. Deepti Todankar

    the explanation sometimes is very complex and in long sentences. The speed of the narrator doesn’t help either.

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