SKILL PATH

Become an EmberJS Developer

EmberJS is a productive, battle-tested JavaScript framework for building modern web applications. It has everything that can be used for creating rich user interfaces suited for every device type. Today, developers are creating numerous apps that are packed with innovative features for meeting the standard requirements of users with EmberJS. This path will train you on Ember, and will put you on track to become an in-demand full-stack developer. At the end of the path, you will have hands-on practice for building full-stack professional web applications using Ember.

Become an EmberJS Developer

39 hours

149 Lessons

17 Quizzes

313 Playgrounds

20 Challenges

341 Code Snippets

122 Illustrations

Learning Objectives


Understand functional programming in JS

Understand how JS features work in ES2015

Learn fundamental Node.js APIs

Understand how components, routing, and services work in Ember.js

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What Our Learners Say

Your method is simple, straight to the point and I can practice with it everywhere, even from my phone, that's something I have never had in other learning platforms.

Felipe Matheus
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I highly recommend Educative. The courses are well organized and easy to understand.

Adina Ong
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I prefer Educative courses because they have a nice mix of text & images. I find that with full video courses, it can often be too easy to go into passive learning mode.

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