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Ember.js in Action by Joachim Haagen Skeie

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Chapter 3. Putting everything together using Ember.js Router

This chapter covers

  • Comparing server-side and client-side MVC models
  • Exploring the Ember.js MVC model in detail
  • Enriching the Ember.js MVC model statecharts
  • Binding controllers and views together
  • Using the Ember Container

Ember.js attempts to put the developer into a full-featured, client-side Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, while also enriching the controller layer with a full-featured statechart implementation called Ember Router. If you’re unfamiliar with statecharts, don’t worry. I’ll touch on the key points of a statechart in section 3.3, and provide a link where you can read the complete specification.

Ember Router allows you to map out each of your application’s ...

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