If you want to create a one-page web application on the web, Ember.js is the right choice for you.
- Ember.js includes HTML and CSS at the heart of the development model.
- Route is a key feature of Ember.js, which is used to manage URLs.
- Ember.js provides the Ember Inspector tool for debugging Ember applications.
- Ember.js uses templates that help automatically update the model if the content of applications changes.
This layer is responsible for model-specific tasks such as data formatting as well as server-side communication.
The Ember model uses ember data to significantly simplify your code while improving the robustness and performance of the application.
The layer between model and view is the controller layer. There are several controllers, especially "Ember.ObjectController" and "Ember.ArrayController".
Ember Router is the mechanism that updates your app URLs and reviews URL changes. Each router can have several sub-paths, and you can use navigate to navigate between the state in your application.
View and Handlebars.JS
The View layer is responsible for examining items on the screen. Ember.js has an advanced system for creating and managing a view that connects to the browser's DOM. View is responsible for responding to user activities such as clicking, dragging, and scrolling, and updating DOM content when view's data changes.