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Ember.js Cookbook by Erik Hanchett

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Using Ember with Firebase

Firebase is a backend as a service provider. It can store data and authenticate your users with just a few lines of code. It integrates well with many different frameworks, including Ember.js.

In this recipe, we'll take a look at a few of the features of Firebase by creating a blogging application. This app will allow users to create, edit, or delete posts. Users will be able to log in with Twitter and be authenticated as well.

Getting ready

Before getting started, we must set up an account with Firebase at http://www.firebase.com. Google owns Firebase so this should be really easy. In fact, you should be able to log in directly with your Google credentials.

After logging in, you'll need to create a new application and set ...

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