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Date Posted: March 12, 2015

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Recorded at: March 4, 2015
Date Posted: March 9, 2015

Physically-plausible motion makes applications more usable. Google's Material Design and the iOS Human Interface Guidelines both advocate for realistic animation as a key tool to help users navigate and understand.

The Ember community is at the forefront of efforts to bring this level of polish to the open web and make it accessible to all developers. This talk will cover both the theory (when and why to introduce fluid motion) and the practice (how to get started today in your Ember app).

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Recorded at: March 4, 2015
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Recorded at: August 3, 2014
Date Posted: December 24, 2014

This talk will review how to use the power of Rails as an API server along with Ember.js (via the ember-cli project).

We will review:

How to get up and running with a simple Rails API.
Setting up an ember-cli project.
Proxying requests to the Rails API.
Basic testing setup of the Ember.js side.
Deployment to Heroku.

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Recorded at: July 19, 2013
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If you work in Rails and have ever wondered about Ember.js, you should know that Ember and Rails go together like Nutella and pretzels. (Which is to say, quite well indeed.)

Get an inside look of the experience of going from having never tried Ember to shipping a production application in it. What makes Ember a good match for certain types of applications? What's so different about it compared to other frameworks? What are the drawbacks?

Using anecdotes, code, and crudely-drawn stick figures, we'll dive into using Ember and Rails, including war stories of climbing over some of the (often surprising) roadblocks encountered along the way.

With this quick tour, you'll be equipped to jump in and start seeing the kind of crazy-ambitious applications you can build when you've got Ember.js in your toolset.

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Recorded at: April 25, 2014
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You just wanted to add some nice interactive functionality to your Rails app. But then one jQuery plugin turns to three, add a dash of statefulness, some error handling, and suddenly you can't sleep at night.

We'll walk through using Ember Components to test-drive a refactor until your front-end code is understandable, usable, and extensible. Armed with TDD and components, you can start to get excited, not exasperated, when asked to add advanced client-side interactions to your website.

Brandon left the world of marketing to find that creating software made him happy. Brandon lives in Austin, TX, where he helps run The Frontside, a Rails and Ember.js consultancy. Brandon's lifelong mission is to hug every developer.

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Recorded at: October 9, 2013
Date Posted: February 22, 2014

Rails has recently added a number of features that claim to make it easier to build fast client-side applications without JavaScript. But what if you want to write a JavaScript application with Rails?

Ember.js is a client-side JavaScript framework based on the same convention-over-configuration philosophy as Rails. In this talk, Yehuda will help you decide when to build an application using Ember.js, and show you how to use the ember-rails gem to turbocharge your development.