Your web application is built, and now you need to maintain and update the content to keep people coming back. Learn how Live Nation Labs used Ember to create modular admin tools that allowed content creators to be self-sufficient. This talk is a case study in how we set up our admin tool at Live Nation Labs to make it easy for engineers to drop in new admin components to maintain the ever growing feature set on livenation.com and our suite of mobile apps.
Confused about how the release process works? Curious what the heck feature flags are? Wondering which commit prefix you should use for your latest pull request? This talk will answer these questions (and many more).
It will include insights into the release process, feature flagging, the build process, which commit prefixes to use, and how to create custom builds with features enabled by default.
The fact that Ember is different to everything else out there means that there are things you can do with Ember within a couple of hours that would take days to accomplish in other frameworks. The Ember community is going to have a lot of fun over the next few years discovering all the innovative ways that they can use the platform. We will highlight some of the awesome hacks that we have found and hopefully inspire you to look deeper into your own app and see what crazy things you could be doing.
Have you considered using Ember Data for your project, but were scared away? Have you tried using it and got stuck? Do you actually use it every day and wonder what the internets have against it?
In the last year Ember Data was refreshed, rebooted and is now better focused, slimmer and more approachable. This talk will walk you through the ideas behind the new Ember Data, help you decide whether it is right for you, and teach you how to easily extend it to suit your needs.
Building on that foundation, ember-cli is a project to bring an opinionated, Broccoli-based build stack to Ember developers, tuned with their specific needs in mind.
Learn how to use Broccoli and ember-cli to define modern build workflows for your Ember applications, harnessing preprocessors such as Sass and CoffeeScript without losing sub-second rebuild times.
Animations and transitions are fundamental to the unique character and feel of your product. With a few key ideas, you'll be able to build any custom behavior you want into your Ember application.
Learn about reusable, well-encapsulated techniques that work reliably, play well with integration tests, and give native-app-like performance on mobile devices.
I know this is out of left field, but I’d like to teach you all some Angular, and in the process, bring you to a love of Ember Components unseen since Leo sank into his watery grave for Kate. We all make fun of directives and transclusion, but Ember has very equivalent features, which much more elegant APIs. Once we have a basic understanding of what directives and components bring to the table, I’ll explain why Ember Components are awesome, unbelievably useful, and unparalleled in expressiveness.
I've spent the last six months mapping the entire data model of App Store and iTunes. The application I've created is like no other search engine in existence.It's 2014 and we're still searching for documents. Today, I'm debuting the next-generation of search, and it's built entirely with Ember and Ember Data. You're going to see how I did it, and why Ember Data was the prefect tool for the job.
Expect code samples, anchored by examples of real use within a polished Ember application. I expect the audience to leave my talk energized, seeing the power of Ember Data, wanting to try it out for themselves on the web of APIs that are now within their reach.
The Ember.js community is ablaze with excitement over HTMLBars. Not only will it give us great syntax in our templates, but it will also usher in next-generation rendering performance in an upcoming 1.x stable release. Erik and Kris will walk through the design decisions and usage examples of how HTMLBars will alter the landscape of HTML templating solutions.