The meetup will take place on Tuesday, July 22nd, and you DO need to RSVP to attend this event.
Bike parking is available at the 5th and Mission garage.
6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check-In, Networking and Food
7:00pm - 7:05pm: Firebase and how you can use it with Ember
7:05pm - 7:35pm: Feed Normalization with Ember Data 1.0, by Jeremy Gillick
7:35pm - 7:45pm: Break
7:45pm - 8:15pm: Designing Composable Components, by Ben Lesh
8:15pm - 8:40pm: Networking
Feed Normalization with Ember Data 1.0, Jeremy Gillick
So you're working with a web service that doesn't play nice with Ember Data, that's okay! Using Ember Data 1.0.0-beta we will normalize ugly JSON feeds into something that Ember understands and loves.
Designing Composable Components, Ben Lesh
Ben will be speaking about designing Ember components to be as flexible as possible while providing quick access to common functionality. He'll go over a few simple examples, and then show how this technique has been used alongside D3 and SVG to create reusable and extensible graph components.
Firebase is a realtime backend as a service for building collaborative, modern applications. By replacing the traditional request / response model with a data synchronization approach, developers can get apps up and running in minutes. Apps built with Firebase can be written entirely with client-side code, scale automatically, and update across clients in realtime.
Using Firebase's Ember Data adapter, Ember developers can store and sync data from their Ember applications without a server.