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July Meetup: Injecting Ember into Existing Apps and Live Code Review!

ATTENTION: This meetup will be on the 4th TUESDAY because of Pioneer day.

This month we are going to focus more on beginning Ember. We have two awesome presentations lined up:

  • H Hatfield will be presenting on how to inject Ember into an existing app
  • Nelson Wittwer will bring a current project he is working on and we as a group will do a code review.

If you are new to Ember, this is a great one to come to!!!

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  • Daniel

    I talked to a few people about debounce, Here's a somewhat boring example of debouncing showing it with and without. Without: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/nigoxaqe/1/edit & with: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/roqigipo/1/edit

    July 22, 2014

  • Daniel

    I'm a bad person, here's a version that cleans up on the events (not sure if it was necessary)

    App.CoolCheck = Ember.Checkbox.extend({
    hookup: function(){
    var action = this.get('action');
    if(action){
    this.on('change', this, this.sendHookup);
    } }.on('init'),
    sendHookup: function(ev){
    var action = this.get('action'),
    controller = this.get('controller');
    controller.send(action, this.$().prop('checked'));
    },
    cleanup: function(){
    this.off('change', this, this.sendHookup);
    }.on('willDestroyElement')
    });

    July 22, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    The elevator requires a key card...

    July 22, 2014

  • Daniel

    I think we talked about this during the last meetup, here's a comment in the latest changelog for 1.7, [BREAKING BUGFIX] On Controllers, the content property is now derived from model. This reduces many caveats with model/content, and also sets a simple ground rule: Never set a controllers content, rather always set it's model and ember will do the right thing.

    July 22, 2014

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