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Peter Mikula

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Hi folks, can you help?
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Erik Hanchett

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Want to use Firebase with Ember? Check it out?

http://www.programwitherik.com/emberjs_2-0_example_app_with_firebase/
I've written a lot of tutorials with Ember.js and Firebase. I've written about deploying your Ember application, using Simple Login, and creating a blog. It was a lot of material. Ember has a six week release cycle so things...
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Chris Parbey

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Live development of a CRM with EmberJS
https://www.livecoding.tv/developer/
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Vinoth Kumar

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Hi Ember Communities

Can I map ember data model subfolder file ?
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Marius NGADOM

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Hi all! i'am a beguiners on #EmberJS i want to use it to create my first mobile application. Now want to integrate the last version of #EmberJS on my HMTL project. How to do it?
I saw an video with succefull integration with 1.6 version but i need to use last version.
Waiting for your eplay. Thanks (i'm a french speacker)
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Si vous utilisez Ember CLI le dossier node_modules prend beaucoup d'espace. Cependant celui-ci est nécessaire seulement en développement et ne doit pas être envoyé dans votre logiciel de gestion de versions ("git").

Le CLI contient la fonction ember build qui vous permet de "builder" votre projet pour le déploiement en production. Une application Ember vide utilise environ ~150KB de javascript compressé. Le fichier grossit si vous ajoutez des addons mais n'atteindra rarement le 1 Mo.

Le plus important si vous n'utilisez pas le CLI est d'utilisé la version compressé du framework, mais je crois que vous l'utilisez déjà.

Je suis curieux de savoir ou sont ces 160 Mo?
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Karthick Kumar

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When i call save method for post api request. Store data form single string on post method. How to solve this problem. please help me. PFA.
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Thanks Long TRAN,
Give some example. because am new to emberjs. Put your example in plunker or jsBin. Thank you!
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Jamie White

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Line-up: First step towards polymorphic validation with Ember and Rails Andrew McArdle Learn about using the intrinsic extensibility of Ember and Rails to set up client and server-side validation with single declarations (or critique this developer's approach in the likely scenario that you know more than him!) How to incrementally port your Rails app front end to Ember.js, page by page Jon Beer You'll learn how the engineers at Zapnito have im...
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Michal Bryxí

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Ever got confused by what are the individual parts of Ember URL good for? Ever needed to easily compare two Ember.js URLs? This little app can do it for you. Pull requests welcome 😊

#OSS   #ad   #ember  
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Balint Erdi

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The 2nd edition of my book, Rock and Roll with Ember.js has just been released, and runs on Ember 2. All packages have 20% off until Monday midnight: http://rockandrollwithemberjs.com
Ember.js is an opinionated framework for building kickass web applications. Its strong opinions and heavy reliance of “convention over configuration” can give developers coming to the framework a hard time finding out how "Ember wants them to do things”. This book helps to overcome that initial frustration and sets you on your way to master Ember.js. It does this by guiding you through the steps of building a real application.
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Jamie White

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Line-up: No REST for the wicked: an introduction to GraphQL Ju Liu GraphQL is a query language introduced by Facebook for building APIs which challenges one of the fundamental tenets of modern web development, REST. In this talk, we will go through the basics of GraphQL and see how it can help us build incredibly multifaceted APIs. Ember Power Select Miguel Camba A live coding demonstration of component composition with ember-power-select. 2015 ...
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Emad Elsaid

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Hello guys, I wanted to practice Ember so i created this project, it's a collection of small tools like HTML/CSS/JS Sandbox, a Hex Editor, Image Editor, CSS Minifier and other tools.

i want to take you opinion about the project overall and about my coding style and how to enhance it.

also if you have any idea to enhance the project please submit it as an issue or feel free to contact me.
A set of simple tools every developer needs, we collected them in one application.
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My Black Friday deal: 33% off on all book packages. This gets you a higher package now for the price of a lower one. http://rockandrollwithemberjs.com
Ember.js is an opinionated framework for building kickass web applications. Its strong opinions and heavy reliance of “convention over configuration” can give developers coming to the framework a hard time finding out how "Ember wants them to do things”. This book helps to overcome that initial frustration and sets you on your way to master Ember.js. It does this by guiding you through the steps of building a real application.
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Damn there is no direct message.
marius.ngadom[at]gmail.com
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Vinoth Kumar

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Hi, I am using Ember Cli 0.1.5 version.Ember version 1.7.0 .I am using Ember data for request and response Modals .

Can I Map ember model for subFolder ?

For Example ;

modal Name : app/modals/projects/userprojects.js

Request Query : GET /getprojects

Ember data Response Should Be :

{ projects/userprojects : [
{ id: 1, projectname: "proj1"},
{ id: 2, projectname: "proj2"}
]
}

But I want response :

{
projectList : [
{ id: 1, projectname: "proj1"},
{ id: 2, projectname: "proj2"}
]
}

Can I Map Ember Modal like this :

{ "projects/userprojects" : projectList }

Please Help Anyone .....
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Paul Miller

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I go to Installing Ember on Embers website (under Guidelines section) and follow the directions. I have downloaded Node JS 0.127 and have followed the instillation prompts ! 
eg. npm install -g ember-cli
and then varifying the instillation by putting in
ember -v
after that I followed the prompts untill I reached 
ember server
after putting that in and after a while of loading it came up with a list of packages that hadnt been installed.
and underneath in red it sais
Run "bower install ' to install missing dependancies which i tried doing but it wouldnt accept the command prompt and when I went to http://local host 4200 it wouldnt let me on the webpage.

if you could help me out with this matter or point me out to someone who can it would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards

Paul
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Here is the commands to create a new ember application and start the development server:

ember new my-app
cd my-app
ember serve

You can now go to http://localhost:4200

Bower is a prerequisite to Ember CLI and you only need to install it once on your system.

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Leah Silber
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The EmberConf 2016 Call for Papers is now open!
EmberConf 2016 is now accepting proposals for talks. Join us March 29-30 in the great city of Portland, OR. Proposals will be accepted from November 9th through December 5th at 11:59pm pacific time. We'll be accepting talks on a rolling basis, so your odds are indeed better if you submit earlier ...
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Gavin Joyce

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Robert Jackson walks us through the source of ember-views, one of the low level internal packages in Ember
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Erik Hanchett

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Here's my new tutorial on Ember CLI Mirage
http://www.programwitherik.com/ember-mirage-tutorial-and-examples/
Ember CLI Mirage is a client side mock server to develop and prototype applications. It uses a library called Pretender in the background to make this possible. At some point while learning Ember.js you probably have needed to mock...
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