What is Ember.js?
Ember.js is an open source tool with 22.4K GitHub stars and 4.3K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Ember.js's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Ember.js?
509 companies reportedly use Ember.js in their tech stacks, including Twitch, LinkedIn, and Accenture.
713 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Ember.js.
Node.js, AngularJS, Firebase, Font Awesome, and Bootstrap are some of the popular tools that integrate with Ember.js. Here's a list of all 41 tools that integrate with Ember.js.
Pros of Ember.js
Quick to develop
Values conventions, there is one-true way to organize
It's NOT Google or Facebook
manages large data sets on the front end easily
Convention over Configuration
Glimmer: react-like rendering engine
Fastest spinning circles
Easy and Quick to develop
Documentation is finally active and updated
Great for big apps/many devs because its organized
For building ambitious Web apps
Stability without stagnation
Decisions about Ember.js
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Ember.js in their tech stack.
We have Ember.js applications also React applications, currently, we are using ESLint + Prettier, What values does the SonarQube provide in addition to this?
Jan 22 2020 at 7:46AM
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- Creating web apps
- Building UI
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