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Copying text to the clipboard in Ember.js with ZeroClipboard

If you’re used to working with Backbone.js, you may be accustomed to writing your own render method for your views. Typically, it looks something like:

var MyView = Backbone.View.extend({ render: function () { this.$el.html(this.template(this.model.toJSON())); } });

In contrast, in Ember.js, rendering is done for you.

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Ember.js and SoundManager2, Part 2 – Tests and StateManager

If you have read the first part of this series you may have noticed an issue with the implementation proposed on that post: the sound does not get updated if you change the song url. I haven’t bound the sound widget to the property.

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Ember.js and SoundManager2, Part 1

Continuing the experimentation with cool libraries and ember this time I’ll use SoundManager2, a really useful sound playing library for HTML5 and/or Flash that is compatible with most browsers out there.

It is not very hard to use and it has a pretty decent documentation, what I’ll show is a very simple usage of it that I plan to improve in the future, but this should give an idea on how to start at least.

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Ember.js and Flot charts

Update (Jun 10th, 2013): Use custom view helpers and view bindings to make it simpler and more reusable.

Continuing to play around with Ember.js I wanted to draw some charts. I’ve used flotcharts with great success in the past but since it’s just a jQuery plugin it is obviously unaware of ember’s amazing data binding capabilities.

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Playing with Ember.js and Devise

I have been playing with Ember in and out since the beginning of 2012, you may have seen my two (obsolete?) libraries ember-facebook and ember-formbuilder. I wrote them out of real needs I had on projects back then.

I was away from ember since version 0.9.8 and ember-data I don’t even remember if it had a version number yet, and I started playing around with it again this last few weeks.

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