Handling UI behavior using components

Components are the building blocks of dynamic UI fragments or elements in Ember. They render a template, optionally backed by a class extending Ember.Component.

The easiest way to create a component is to create a template file with a dash-separated name in the app/components/ directory. Then you can embed it in inside other templates by just calling {{<component-name>}} and passing the required parameters.

Components are independent and completely isolated from the client context; all required data must be passed as parameters. However, if you use {{yield}} inside the template, it essentially becomes a block (or container) component, where you can add any content; this content can access any controller attribute ...

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