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Julien is a self-taught interface designer and a front-end developer living in Paris where he is freelancing for some of the biggest French companies.
When he is not bringing his 10 years of Web experience to his clients, you'll probably find him writing on his blog or trying to create cool CSS stuff on Codepen.
With the release of Ember.js 1.0, it's just about time to consider giving it a try. This article aims to introduce Ember.js to newcomers who want to learn more about the framework. Users often say that the learning curve is steep, but once you’ve overcome the difficulties, then this framework is tremendous.
This happened to me as well. While the official guides are more accurate and up to date than ever (for real!), this post is my attempt to make things even smoother for beginners. First, we will clarify the main concepts of the framework. Next, we’ll go in depth with a step-by-step tutorial that teaches you how to build a simple Web app with Ember.js and Ember-Data, which is Ember’s data storage layer. Then, we will see how views and components help with handling user interactions. Finally, we will dig a little more into Ember-Data and template precompiling.