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January Ember.js meetup

Hey everyone! We're going to usher in the new year with a couple great Ember talks:

Justin McNally (@j_mcnally) will be back to give a talk on real time apps with WebSockets and Ember Model.

Steve Kane (@stv_kn) will also be back to give a talk comparing and contrasting React (http://facebook.github.io/react/) and Ember.

Erik Bryn (@ebryn) will also have just returned from a trip to Seattle to work on HTMLBars with fellow Ember core team member Kris Selden (@krisselden). Hopefully he'll have some updates to share. And as always, Trek Glowacki (@trek) will also be around to answer any questions you might have about Ember.

Big thanks to Ryan Brittain and Workbridge Associates for hosting and also providing pizza and beer!

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  • Steve K.

    All. First off, let me say thanks for humoring my mostly React-oriented talk at an Ember meetup. I certainly do hope it was helpful/interesting but if not I completely understand that annoyance. I would like to address people who are new or relatively new to Ember next month and I would love to hear your thoughts on ways this could be done in an engaging way. I am not really interested in standing up and reading the Ember docs to you. I would do something interactive which will help people get a real sense for what developing in Ember is like. Throw your ideas up here (however terse or lengthy they may be) and I'm also happy to pick a strategy based on "likes" for a given suggestion. I do think it's important that people have a chance to influence what content is delivered in these meetups so let's give it a shot.

    January 9, 2014

    • Joshua K.

      how about...a TODO app?

      January 9, 2014

  • Chris T.

    Great overview of the basics of realtime with Node and Ember, amazing into to HTMLBars

    January 9, 2014

  • Steve K.

    Following in Justin's steps, here is a link to the websocket game server and client that I demoed. If you have questions/comments please feel free to shoot them at me here or on twitter @stv_kn or kanesteven at gmail dot com. Thanks for coming and I be sure to provide feedback so that future meetups can be shaped according to demand!

    https://github.com/stevekane/math-game/blob/master/public/client.js

    January 9, 2014

  • Justin M.

    January 8, 2014

  • Eric J.

    Wednesday just don't work for me - I wish I could attend. I will try for the next meeting.

    January 7, 2014

  • Jeff A.

    Hi

    January 6, 2014

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