In the last chapter, we learned all about Ember.View, how it uses bindings to update when the underlying data changes, how it captures and handles user events and a run-through of the basic view building blocks that Ember provides.
You might have noticed a few references to Handlebars amongst the code samples. Now we’ll learn a bit about Handlebars, where it came from, what it’s capable of, how Ember extends it, and the powerful templating it provides.
Handlebars is a logicless templating language written by Yehuda Katz in 2010. It is an extension of Mustache, a popular templating language created by GitHub co-founder Chris Wanstrath in 2009.
Mustache was originally implemented in Ruby with server-side ...