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In this video we start the Ember project and install an Ember Addon for styles and assets.
The best way to install Node.js (and NPM) on Mac is to use Homebrew. After installing Homebrew, Node can be installed with a single command:
brew install node
After running this command, open a new terminal window and run:
You should get something that looks like
v10.3.0 or later.
If not, you may not have homebrew setup correctly in your path.
Full installation instructions coming soon. See the following links for more instructions on installing Node on Linux:
Full installation instructions coming soon. See the following links for more instructions on installing Node on Windows:
For the most up to date installation method for Yarn, check the yarn documentation.
After installing Node and Yarn, install Ember CLI using the following command:
npm install -g [email protected]
Ryan Tablada is a Senior Engineer at Prototypal and member of the Ember Learning team. He formerly taught at the Iron Yard coding school and has been using Ember.js since 2011.
In this course, we'll build a Full Stack app in Ember.js 3.0 with a real JSONAPI compliant backend to manage books, authors, users, reviews, and the relationships between them. Working with Ember components, you'll build reusable forms to create, update, and delete the resources in your application. Then, following conventions set by the Ember community, you'll create a search component to easily look up books and authors. You'll later discover the power of
liquid-fire, an Ember addon we'll use, to create stunning transitions between routes and pages. Then you'll tackle user signup and authentication using
ember-simple-auth to manage user sessions and authenticated routes. Finally, you'll deploy your new full stack Ember application to Heroku with server side rendering using
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