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Today at Ember Fest I'm presenting a session called "Client MVC != Server MVC". In it I compare and contrast the Ember style of MVC with the Rails style. Here's a link to the slides for the talk, and to a bunch of bonus JSBins that step through the process of building up a simple Ember application.
Today I'm presenting a session at That Conference called "Supercharge your productivity with Ember.js". Here are links to my slide deck, an example GitHub repo, and a bunch of JSBins.
In a couple of
we've seen how to use
bootstrap-sass-official in an
Not long after I published the second post, my friend Tute
pointed out that my solution left the bootstrap glyphicons in a broken
state. So, let's get those working!
I've been using
ember-cli to develop
watch.canary.io and I'm deploying it to S3. I
started by just manually copying the files into my bucket, but I finally
decided to set up a real automated deployment process. Here's how I
grunt to allow for easy command line based deployment.
Well, like I mentioned in the last post, ember-cli is under heavy development and is progressing quickly. In the few days since I wrote the last post version 0.0.27 of ember-cli has been released and the process for including bootstrap-sass is much easier.
Ember-cli is the new hotness in the Ember world for generating new applications. The build process for ember-cli is provided by broccoli, a relatively new build tool. Trying to get a Sass version of Twitter bootstrap to play nicely with ember-cli turned out to be a bit of a challenge. Both ember-cli and broccoli are under heavy development, so I imagine that the process for using something like bootstrap-sass will become much easier in the very near future. The solution presented here is a quick and easy way to get things working today, but hopefully there will be an easier and more elegant long-term solution.
Today I'm giving a presentation at RailsConf called "Service Oriented Authentication". Here are links to the example repos on GitHub, the deployed demos on Heroku, and my slides.
I'm really excited that I'm going to be speaking at RailsConf this year about Service Oriented Authentication.. While the process is fresh in my mind, I wanted to make some notes (mostly for future me) about the things that I think helped me in having my proposal accepted.
middleman-automatic-clowncar is an extension for Middleman that makes it really easy to use responsive images on your site. It generates multiple sizes of your images and provides an easy helper method for placing reponsive images on a page. Depending on the size of the image on the page, the browser will inteligently download the appropriate image.
You can also find me around the web at these spots. (Yes, I know there are two GitHub links, my projects are spread across two pages. Long story.)