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Author Fernandes, Arlston,
Title Application development with advanced Ember / Arlston Fernandes.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Packt, [2018]

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Subject Application software -- Development.
Web applications.
Ember.js (Web site development tool)
Client/server computing.
Description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (1 hr., 27 min., 18 sec.)) : digital, sound, color
Performer Presenter, Arlston Fernandes.
Note Title from title screen (viewed May 22, 2018).
Date of publication from resource description page.
Summary "In this course, we will dig deeper into our understanding of Ember, so that we can be more productive in using it. Ember is an excellent framework for building complex web applications with ease. This course helps us build upon our previous Ember.js knowledge to take it a level deeper. We will understand the concept of promises and learn to use that effectively in our application. We will also look at setting up handlers when our promises are fulfilled as well as when they are rejected. Further, we will look at developing Ember addons, as well as using Engines. This allows us to develop multiple logically distinct applications, which can be then composed into one larger application. This is very useful when building related applications, which can be developed independently by separate teams. We will also learn about embedding Ember with other JS frameworks., as well as concepts like fastboot, which provides a progressive enhancement mechanism for Ember apps, through server-side rendering. This course will make our advance our knowledge of Ember and help us to improve our development workflow. Using these concepts, we will be able to develop better Ember applications."--Resource description page.
OCLC # 1037100062