I still remember what it felt like being a new developer trying to get my first job. I had lots of questions like, “Should I go back to college and get a CS degree?”, “Should I work for a startup or an established company?”, “Do I need to know algorithms to become a web developer?”, “What technologies should I focus on?”, and many more. I didn’t have very many people to ask these questions, so I just figured it out for myself. Getting my first job was tough, but each job after that became easier and easier, and now, I no longer have doubts about being in the web development industry.
Ever wondered how to create your own custom Ember CLI command? Recently I created a custom Ember CLI command as an addon called ember-share that allows you to share your local running Ember app with the world via a publicly accessible URL. This endeavor took some research and required looking at other addons like ember-cli-deploy, so I thought I’d share what I learned in case you want to create your own custom command too.
One of the challenges of working with dates is unit testing code that depends on the current date. For example, let’s say we have a purchase history, and we want to find all purchase transactions for today. Let’s write a test for this:
I'm happy to announce that my book Ember Data in the Wild - Getting Ember Data to Work With Your API is finally finished and available for purchase!
Get up and running with Ember FastBoot with this video tutorial. This video tutorial goes through converting a simple application using jQuery AJAX calls, components, and Ember Data to using Ember FastBoot in under 5 minutes. It’s that easy.