Ember London July Meetup

Line-up

Tom Close
A closer look at computed properties.

Bryan Crotaz
Sometimes you don’t have control of the server when developing a web app. We show how we’ve used Ember and Ember Data to build a new UI for an existing content management platform with distinctly non-standard APIs.

Miles Tinsley
Lessons learnt migrating a complex app to ember.js.


Come along for in-depth talks and discussion with other developers building ambitious web applications using Ember.js and other great technologies.

Refreshments provided by our awesome host and sponsor.

If you’d like to do a lightning talk or show-and-tell, please get in touch with Jamie by email or Twitter.

Code of conduct: http://confcodeofconduct.com

Kindly sponsored by SapientNitro.

emberlondon.com

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  • Jamie W.

    The videos are up:

    Tom Close
    A Closer Look at Computed Properties
    https://vimeo.com/101568056

    Bryan Crotaz & Andy Pye
    Using Ember Data with a Non-standard Backend
    https://vimeo.com/101579258

    Miles Tinsley
    Migrating Complicated Apps to Ember.js
    https://vimeo.com/101568057

    As usual, you can find all our videos listed on http://emberlondon.com

    July 24

  • Jamie W.

    The organisers of DotJS in Paris are offering us an awesome 20% discount:

    http://www.amiando.com/dotJS2014.html?discountCode=EMBERJSLONDON

    July 21

  • Jamie W.

    Learn Professional Ember.js on the Cheap
    with Joachim Haagen Skeie

    http://emberjslondon.eventbrite.com

    July 21

  • Jamie W.

    As mentioned in the intro, we now have our very own discourse-powered forum:

    http://discuss.emberlondon.com/

    Sign up and join the discussion!

    July 18

  • Richard L.

    Great event last night as ever. As was mentioned in the intro, if anyone's looking to get paid to work with Ember, Adaptive Lab are currently looking for developers for current & future projects - https://www.adaptivelab.com/

    James Croft are I are currently working with them and it's great working with such a bunch of talented people.

    July 18

  • katie

    Hi all!

    Really sorry I had to shoot off, I must say what I did get to see was really very interesting! Would anyone be able to send me the presentations?

    If anyone could update me as to what was discussed afterwards I would be really appreciative.

    Thankyou:)

    July 18

    • Spen T.

      Hey Katie, I think somebody mentioned that the presentations will be going up on http://emberlondon.co...­ :)

      July 18

    • Jamie W.

      Thanks for coming! All the presentations will be up as videos early next week. I’ll also start a topic on the new forum for the July meetup and all things discussed therein.

      July 18

  • Toby S.

    I am the many double booked.

    Have fun, see you at the next one!

    July 17

  • Jamie W.

    I’m delighted to see we’ve just confirmed July’s line-up!

    We have:

    Tom Close (@tomclse)
    A closer look at computed properties.

    Bryan Crotaz (@bryancrotaz)
    Sometimes you don’t have control of the server when developing a web app. We show how we’ve used Ember and Ember Data to build a new UI for an existing content management platform with distinctly non-standard APIs.

    Miles Tinsley (@milestinsley)
    Lessons learnt migrating a complex app to ember.js.

    June 30

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    Kindly providing a fantastic venue, AV setup, and refreshments.

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