Ember.js Trilogy: Safari Books Online Blog
Wow! This takes me back! Please check the date this post was authored, as it may no longer be relevant in a modern context.
In September, I took a break from blogging here at madhatted.com to publish three posts with the Safari Books Online Blog.
- Rendering with named outlets - After talking about complex architectures with Ember in late August, I realized the outlet API was unknown to many Ember users. This knowledge gap made the core ideas in that talk harder to understand. If you haven’t used named outlets or explicit render calls in your apps, this post is an excellent place to start.
- Introducing Ember App Kit - EAK has been my build pipeline of choice for a several months, and the core concepts behind it are amazingly powerful. The number of tooling options for Ember is growing rapidly now, but EAK has the most interesting ideas and, I think, the brightest path moving forward. Give it a look.
Working with the Safari staff to publish these posts and get them read was a pleasure.