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Developing an Ember.js Edge by Jamie White, Matthew Beale, Christopher Sansone, Wesley Workman, Bradley Priest

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Ember.View

In the previous chapter, we learned all about Ember.Object and how its computed properties, bindings, and observers set the stage for the Ember framework at large. It’s great that objects can share a single source of truth and can effectively communicate with each other. If the JavaScript console is a good enough UI for the users of your application, then congratulations, you have learned everything you need to about Ember. If, however, your users require an actual interface with text, links, buttons, and edit fields, then let’s keep going.

Ember pushes HTML onto the page through two mechanisms working together: templates and views. A template is some HTML markup that defines what is to be displayed. Ember templates are written in ...

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