The Ember framework is quickly evolving into becoming one of the top choices for developers who want to build ambitious web applications. What makes Ember.js stand out from the rest of the front-end competition is the adoption of the same "convention before configuration"-mindset that made Ruby on Rails so popular a few years ago.
The tools in Ember are incredibly powerful and valuable once you get the hang of them, but the path to get there can be frustrating when you don't know all of its caveats. The reason I made this tutorial is because when I started out with Ember myself, I often got stuck and wished there was some guide to help me.
Let's face it, building yet another todo-list isn't enough to make you feel comfortable with a new framework, especially not one designed for ambitious applications. In this course, we will build a Twitter-like application called "Chirper". We will go through everything you need to know starting from the installation process, and going all the way to the deployment stage. By the end, you should feel confident enough to be able to write more or less any type of Ember application in the future.
Founder of Ludu and overall code geek. I like building cool stuff and designing things!