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An introduction to Ember.js

Christopher Meiklejohn will be presenting a basic overview of Ember.js, why you would want to use it, and how Basho uses it in their web applications.

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  • Jon C.

    Very knowledgable speaker. Chris had a nice mix of detail and summary to show the power of Ember.js. Much appreciated

    October 16, 2012

  • Christopher M.

    Hi Joseph,

    Thanks for the feedback; regarding starting with the routing, I've got an alternate presentation up which was given to the Boston Ember.js Group (which I organize) and is available below. I welcome all feedback.

    - Chris

    https://speakerdeck.com/u/cmeiklejohn/p/emberjs-state-manager

    October 2, 2012

  • Joseph R.

    Great Intro to Ember Chris. Thanks for presenting. I liked the pace (fast and energetic) and the examples were helpful.

    One of the things you mentioned that makes Ember a bit different is the nested routing. I think that that might be an interesting alternative place to start the talk. It was more interesting to me than the model part (since that's fairly common in MV*) and when I'm picking apart an application I often start at the top and see what happens when I enter the app (where am I routed and what state am I in).

    October 1, 2012

  • Simon H.

    Great talk by Chris. Entertaining and very informative :)

    September 27, 2012

  • Timothy E.

    Christopher's rapid fire approach kept us all engaged and delivered a ton of useful information. Well done.

    September 27, 2012

  • Christopher M.

    Thanks for coming everyone!

    September 26, 2012

  • Barnaby C.

    Hey all,

    Here are the location and parking details I shared last month for getting to Swipely!

    We're in a large brick building (not a church as your GPS might suggest!). Here's the latest Google Maps streetview of our front door: http://goo.gl/maps/Ze2hD

    We have a small parking lot adjacent to the building which we share with Vanity Bar in the evenings. There will be valet guys manning the lot but if you say you're visiting Swipely they should simply let you park yourself. We'll let them know too. The street is also free parking although it's usually pretty full.

    Our entrance is on the end of the building with the large black wooden doors - we'll leave them unlocked for you. Up the stairs and the first door on the left has a Swipely sign on it and should be propped open (if not, there's a bell).

    Pizza should arrive around 7pm and we have plenty of soda/water/beer/snacks.

    Text or call my cell if you have any trouble:[masked]

    Thanks!
    -Barnaby

    September 25, 2012

  • Christopher M.

    I'll be providing a basic overview of Ember.js, why you would want to use it, and how Basho uses it in their web applications.

    August 10, 2012

  • Christopher M.

    Can we move to 9/26? I get back from SF on a redeye that morning. If not, I'll make it work.

    August 10, 2012

    • Timothy E.

      Absolutely. I'll move it now.

      August 10, 2012

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