Building Ambitious Web Applications with Ember.js

So, a couple weeks back I gave my first ever technical talk at CambridgeJS called ‘Building Ambitious Web Applications with Ember.js’. The talk gave a short introduction to the Ember.js framework and I thought it could be a good idea to write a corresponding blog post to go with it.

In this blog post, I’ll talk about the core concepts of the Ember framework and give a demo of how to build an Ember application using a simple book management app as an example. This post assumes a basic knowledge of JavaScript and web development, but no previous experience of Ember is required.

The slides from the talk are available here and the source code for the demo application is available on GitHub.

What is Ember?

Ember is a framework for building ambitious web applications. By ambitious, we mean that web applications built with Ember can utilize features that are usually only available on


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A curated list of AWS resources to prepare for all AWS Certifications

A curated list of AWS resources to prepare for the AWS Certifications

A curated list of awesome AWS resources you need to prepare for the all 5 AWS Certifications. This gist will include: open source repos, blogs & blogposts, ebooks, PDF, whitepapers, video courses, free lecture, slides, sample test and many other resources.

Index:

Passing the AWS solutions architect – Associate exam (Published ☑)
Exam Overview
Prerequisites
General Learning Material
Blueprints exam
Direct experience from AWS Certified members
The exam
Passing the AWS solutions architect – Professional exam (Coming soon…)
Exam Overview
Prerequisites
General Learning Material
Blueprints exam
Direct experience from AWS Certified members
The exam
Passing the AWS SysOps Administrator Certification (Coming soon…)
Exam Overview
Prerequisites
General Learning Material
Blueprints exam
Direct experience from AWS Certified members
The exam
Passing the AWS DevOps Engineer Certification(Coming soon…)
Exam Overview
Prerequisites
General Learning Material
Blueprints exam
Direct experience from AWS Certified members
The


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Create a Voice Controlled Scoreboard with Alexa and IFTTT

Spend a lot of time playing indoor games where you’re keeping track of points? It sucks to have to stop the action to draw a line on a chalkboard, which is why Instructables user JeffreyLoucks created his own voice controlled scoreboard system using an Alexa and IFTTT.Read more…


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Mozilla To Remove Hello In Firefox 49

Firefox’s voice and videoconferencing add-on was described as “the first global communications system built directly into a browser” — but things change. An anonymous Slashdot reader writes: An entry on Mozilla’s issue tracker opened on July 17 reveals ongoing efforts from Mozilla engineers to remove the Hello system add-on from default Firefox installations starting with version 49, set for public release on September 13, 2016. Mozilla added Hello to Firefox in version 34, released on December 1, 2014, and from the beginning, it was part of the browser’s core code, but was moved in December 2015 into a separate add-on, one that came pre-installed with Firefox, making Hello its first ever system add-on. Mozilla plans to remove Hello from the codebases of Firefox Beta 49, Firefox Developer Edition 50, and Firefox Nightly 51. Based on the currently available information, the deadline for the Hello code removal operations is for this


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Project Hamster: time tracking for individuals

Project Hamster is time tracking for individuals. It helps you to keep track on how much time you have spent during the day on activities you choose to track.

Check screenshots for more visuals!

Whenever you change from doing one task to other, you change your current activity in Hamster. After a while you can see how many hours you have spent on what. Maybe print it out, or export to some suitable format, if time reporting is a request of your employee.

Hamster is written in PyGTK, using SQLite for data storage.

Code is here (git checkout url: git://git.gnome.org/hamster-applet)

Ideas and bug reports are welcome at bugzilla.gnome.org

If you are having trouble with the hamster applet, please check troubleshooting first.
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Bootstrap v4.0.0-alpha.3 released

27 Jul 2016

Alpha 3 has landed! We have an overhauled grid, updated form controls, a new font stack, tons of bug fixes, and more. It’s been several months since our last update, but the size of this update should help get us back on track.

Work on Alpha 3 started rather broadly, addressing bug fixes and docs updates of all shapes and sizes, but finished with a narrow focus on our form controls and grid system. If you’ve followed the development in our v4-dev branch, you might already be familiar with some of these bigger changes.

Skip to the updated alpha docs site, or keep reading for the highlights.

Grid system

The grid system was overhauled with three major pull requests—#19099, #20349, and #20361. Those PRs largely focused on the following changes:

Our ready-made grid classes (containers and columns) are now behind a Sass variable, meaning grid classes can easily be disabled


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Updates Now on Legal Informatics Tumblr and Twitter

Updates on selected legal informatics developments are now being posted on Legal Informatics tumblr and on Twitter.
In the Web interface to this blog, the Twitter updates are visible to the right under “Twitter updates”.Filed under: Administrivia, Uncategorized Tagged: Legal Informatics Tumblr


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Ruby on Rails Tutorial

Newly updated for Rails 5, the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book and screencast series teach you how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails, the open-source web framework that powers top websites such as Twitter, Hulu, GitHub, and the Yellow Pages. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial book is available for free online and is available for purchase as an ebook (PDF, EPUB, and MOBI formats). The companion screencast series (currently in preparation) includes 14 individual lessons, one for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book.


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