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Ember-cli 101 is the perfect book for people just getting started with Ember applications. You will work on real world applications that teach you how to use Ember.js and the main features you'll need to know when using Ember-cli. The book was created by Adolfo Builes and is updated constantly to keep up with changes to Ember.
Ember Run Loop Ebook
Are you a fan of Ember already and looking for more specific info about its features? Kuba, one of our developers, has put together an ebook about Ember Run Loop. It's a dozen-page guide that shows you why Ember Run Loop is a great solution to streamline your work and how to use it properly.
Want to talk about Ember.js with like-minded people from all over the world? If yes, then Ember Watch is the place for you. Here you can ask questions, answer questions, view tutorial videos, find books, see examples and so much more. There's plenty of information here for all web developers from beginner to advanced.
As you know, we're all about Ruby on Rails, so we couldn't miss this guide, connecting our beloved Rails and Ember. It's a fresh resource with more content coming soon, but the tips published so far are definitely worth looking into. Brought to you by Chris Ball.
Ember-reading-group's goal is to prepare developers for building real production applications in EmberJS 2.0. The repository includes a vast list of video resources, and a few other links to help you acquaint knowledge about Ember.js quickly and easily.
If you didn’t know how to start writing tests for your Ember.js apps, after watching this video there’s no excuse. Toran Billups builds an app on your very eyes, using tests-first approach and giving you a great introduction into testing. All in just half an hour!
Are you already working with Ember and looking for handy add-ons to facilitate your coding? This tool was created especially for you. Ember Observer provides handy search for Ember.js with gems neatly grouped into categories and an option to review and compare them.
We hope this list of resources will help to extend your skills and expertise in Ember.js. Are you using any of these already? Or maybe you would like to share other valuable links? Join the discussion in the comments!
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