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Month: December, 2012

This Week in Ember.js

Bradley Priest has been writing about what’s new in Ember.js for a while now on his own blog, yet just now did I realize that he’s writing on the official Ember.js blog as well. If you haven’t got the time to follow every single commit and merge on GitHub, Bradley’s blog posts are excellent wrap-ups […]

You Are Not Your Code

Remember Prototype, the JavaScript framework of choice back in 2006, long before the rise of jQuery? Through prototyping – hence the name – it attempted to make up for some of the shortcomings of JavaScript. It had classes, a nifty dollar function, and much more that has since become standards in newer libraries, although implemented […]

Ember.Object.create no longer supports defining bindings

If you’re running bleeding-edge Ember.js and pulling new commits off of GitHub at a regular pace, recently, you might have bumped into an assertion error in your console informing you of the fact that Ember.Object.create no longer supports defining bindings: Uncaught Error: assertion failed: Ember.Object.create no longer supports defining bindings. But exactly what causes this […]

Tom Dale on the new Ember.js router API

As you may be aware of, the Ember.js team has been working on a new router API for a while now with the goal of making route handling less verbose. The code was added quite a while ago, but only until recently did I notice a piece by Tom Dale about how to use the […]

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