Anthony Bull believes that all MVC frameworks make trade-offs, but that Ember.js provides the best balance for developing well-factored and ambitious web applications. This talk at the SF HTML5 User Group meetup on January 31st, 2013, features:
-an introduction to ember.js
-comparisons to other frameworks
-code to demonstrate the ember.js syntax.
Find out why Anthony calls ember.js the "swiss-army-knife" of developing frameworks.
**Interested in a closer look at Anthony's slides? Check them out here: http://mrkn.co/enaa6
We would like to thank everyone for attending the first edition of Atmosphere Conference, which was held on the 13th-14th May 2013 in Concordia Design in Poznan. Considering the fact that the event was organised for the first time, we must admit that there was a great number of attendees ...
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Chicago 2015
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