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Ember Data and MongoDB – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development

Using Ember has been a great learning exercise. After plenty of head scratching and many hours digging around in the source I’m now feeling comfortable with the core concepts.

If you’re using MongoDB behind your API here’s a few things I’ve learnt.

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Ember without Ember Data - Evil Trout's Blog

Ember Data is a peristence layer for Ember.Js. Unlike Ember, which currently has a candidate for a 1.0 release, Ember Data is still very much a work in progress. This has been a source of confusion for people who are learning Ember, as the two frameworks are complimentary but currently exist in different realms of stability.

 

Ember Data has ambitious goals, and it has come a long way in the last year. If you’re the kind of programmer who loves working on upcoming stuff, you might find it exhilarating. On the other hand, it is completely understandable if you’d want to avoid it. Deprecations and changing APIs can be frustrating and time consuming.

 

One thing that is not always clear to people starting with Ember is that Ember works perfectly well without Ember Data! Trust me on this: Discourse doesn’t use Ember Data for peristence and it’s working quite well. Moreover, using AJAX with Ember is something that is not difficult to do.

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Filtering a set of objects for display in Ember.js

A pretty standard use case in web development in to display a list of objects filtered by some kind of criteria. This is really easy to do in Ember.js using the filterProperty function from the Emb...

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