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Writing an Ember.js App From Scratch (Part 2) | Drew Schrauf

Writing an Ember.js App From Scratch (Part 2) | Drew Schrauf | Software Development | Scoop.it

In part 1 of this tutorial we began to make a very simple todo app which used Ember to handle all of the logic. If you haven’t read it yet, check it out!

Our little todo app is now displaying a couple of prepopulated Todo items with a little counter at the bottom that shows the number of incomplete items. Obviously, a todo app isn’t very useful if you can’t add your own items to it so that’s what we’ll dive into next.


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Work On – Not In – Your Business

Work On – Not In – Your Business | Software Development | Scoop.it

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Flavio Troia's curator insight, May 14, 2013 7:53 AM

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Yu Ji's curator insight, May 15, 2013 5:16 AM

Lots business are thing about work in their business.However, it is far more important to carry it out from the whole perspective, which means 'work on the business'. Also, the reason why it is so important for every business owner to spend time working ON their business is ''If you don't drive your business, you will be driven out of business''.

This excellent article, suggests that a business owner needs to allocate at least a day a week to effectively work on their business, and it provides a list of 10 things a business owner should be doing when working on their business.

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Effortless Abstraction with Ember.js

Ember.js has gotten a lot of attention recently for being confusing or hard to get started with. I’ll definitely admit that getting started with Ember took more than its fair share of code-reading, as the guides and documentation didn’t provide enough detail for building real-world apps, but for the most part, I’ve been amazed at how easy it is to build sophisticated applications with Ember. This post explores one critical feature of Ember that enables this: pervasive data binding.


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glue: a deliberately simple JavaScript application and middleware framework

glue: a deliberately simple JavaScript application and middleware framework | Software Development | Scoop.it

Glue is a deliberately simple JavaScript application framework, built on top of Liquid.js and jQuery. The library lets you build an application from modules. Each module is stylable with Liquid Markup. And modules communicate with the rest of the aplication through events and through shared getter and setter properties.

The philosophy behind Glue is simplicity and it’s right there in the name: It’s about building modular apps with HTML, CSS, Liquid – and glueing them together with as little JavaScript logic as possible.


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