Up until now, we have seen that when you visit a URL
/example, which maps to route
app/routes/example/index.js, this renders
app/templates/example/index.hbs templates. To change this behavior, Ember.js provides us with a hook that is used to resolve which templates to render for the current route.
One common use case for customizing which templates to render is when your application template has multiple outlets and you want to render a particular route on an outlet other than the default one.
Let's see this by an example. We will be using the
bootstrap library in our project. For this, we need to first install the
bootstrap dependency in our project by using ...