Iheanyi is a Software Engineer at DigitalOcean in New York City. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in both Computer Science and Graphic Design. He enjoys designing and building ambitious web applications, especially with Ember.js.
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In this lesson, we will learn how to install Ember Inspector and use it to see the state of our application and debug it.
The Ember Inspector can be installed from the Chrome Web Store. We will see how the inspector gives us access to information such as the routes available to us, the components used in a particular view, and data that is exposed to us etc.
Components in Ember are great for reusing code throughout our application. We’ll see how each instance of an Ember component has isolated state and we can over ride as well as set default values.
In this lesson, we will learn how to make a simple, reusable component within an Ember application.
In this lesson, we will learn how to define routes within an Ember application and how to use them to navigate around your application. This lesson will cover the basics of routes and how we can use nested routes to display multiple templates at the same time. We can also cover redirect routes and manually forcing transitions through actions.
In Ember.js, functions that are executed through user interaction with your application are called actions, which can be defined at the route, controller, or component level. In this tutorial, we look at a simple example of defining actions on the controller and hooking it up to our template in order to update properties on the controller.