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Ember.js Web Development with Ember CLI by Suchit Puri

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Summary

In this chapter, you learned about navigating to different states of your application using Ember.Router. You saw how to create our own routes and resources. You learned how to use dynamic segments in your routes, thereby making your routes read properties from the URL. Then, you learned about how to create nested routes and the naming conventions associated with it. You looked at how easy it is to customize the route's behavior to set or change properties on the controller backing the template. Then, you learned about how you can render templates into different outlets of our application. Finally, you looked at what location API means and what the four different types of values that can be assigned to the location property of our router ...

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