Ember JS

Ember JS

Ember JS review: 26 facts and highlights

Ember JS
Ember JS

Why is Ember JS better than the average?

General info

1.Has automatic view filtering
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Has a mechanism to filter views based on scope variables (for example when searching) without the need to write much extra code.
2.Uses a templating engine
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Template engines allow for easy and flexible UI building.
3.Supports computed properties
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Allows the use of functions as properties to compute properties of objects.
4.Published under MIT License
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The MIT License is a very permissive license which allows all uses, including business use, without warranty.
5.Supports composed (partial) views
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Allows for nesting view templates into top-level views from within a template.
6.has a popular boilerplate project
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Has an official or well known boilerplate project which lays out the recommended file structure and allows developers to get started faster.


1.Has a popular plugin to support animation
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Has a plugin which includes facilities to easily create view animations.
2.Has a popular plugin which supports input validation
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Plugin to help validate client input before it gets processed or sent to a server. While this does not replace server-side validation, it can vastly improve the user experience.
3.Has a popular plugin which allows for REST server sync
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Has a plugin to keep models in sync with their server-side representation without the need of writing boilerplate ajax calls.
4.Has a popular plugin which improves LocalStorage support
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Has plugin which offers a simple functionality to synchronize models with the HTML5 LocalStorage.

Libraries & Packages

1.Has an official, up-to-date entry in the npm package manager
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The node package manager can also be used for managing front end scripts.

Data binding

1.Has two-way databinding
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Models and views can be bound to update each other.
2.Supports one-way data binding
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Views can be bound to update automatically when an observable object changes.
3.Uses observables for data binding
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Models are observed for changes. This is a well known pattern. Can be more performant than dirty-checking in some cases.


1.minified file size without dependencies


Smaller file size means faster load times.
2.Supports routing and deep linking
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Routing allows interaction with the browser url. This is very important for a good user experience if you are building one-page apps.
3.Uses Promises
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Has an internal implementation of the Promises/A+ specification. Promises are a popular alternative to callbacks when dealing with server responses.
4.Templates can be pre-compiled on the server
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Supports a template engine that can be pre-rendered on the server. This possibly improves page speed, especially on devices with low computing power.
5.Has Dependency Injection
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This improves testability and modularity.
6.Updates the DOM asynchronously
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Model changes do not immediately result in view updates but are queued and dispatched as a group. This can be a lot more performant than instant view updates.

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