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Deploy Ember Application
After some research I have decided to update application with Ember CLI. This seems to be the best option to build and deploy Ember Application , Another advantage is its built in ES6 Modules to manage application Structure.

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Does ember.js support segment-literal notation?
Yes you can do this. It is compound documents which is used to save HTTP requests, it may be convenient to send related documents along with the requested documents. In this case, a bit of extra metadata for each relationship can link together the documents. Following example shows use of compound documents: { "rels": { "posts.author": { "url": "http://example.com/people/{post.author

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How should I handle an errors from server in Ember.js?
Ember provides an error route and a loading route Read more about it here - Ember error route So when the Usergroup model throws an error, Ember will look for UsergroupErrorRoute or usergroup/error template. What you can do is you can have <script type="text/x-handlebars" data-template-name="usergroup/error"> {{message}} <script> where {{message}} is transferred from the route

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Global CRUD Ember.js
Basically what you're describing is a modal of sorts. It'll be accessible no matter what page (route) you're viewing, and you will be able to perform actions within this modal (creating notes, editing notes, deleting notes, etc) without leaving or affecting the current page being displayed in the background. Essentially, what this means is that you should leave the router alone, since the router i

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Ember - Only update fields returned in response JSON
I think what you want is the store's update method. It's like push (or pushPayload), except that it only updates the data that you give it.

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Ember: async hasMany relationship issue
OK, forget it, the problem was in the tarif model: App.Tarif = DS.Model.extend({ nom: DS.attr('string'), montant: DS.attr('number'), spectacle: DS.belongsTo('spectacle', { async: true }) }); The "belongsTo" relation is a mistake, because a tarif can be linked to many spectacles. I just removed this line, and everything is now fine.

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How to read an external html inside template?
First, your function should look like this: myhtml: function () { <code here> }.property() You don't need to have .property('myhtml') at the end, because as far as I can see, that serves no purpose. Now, what we want is to replace <code here> with some code that will returns a string containing the HTML of the page you want to show. Retrieving the HTML is asynchronous, meaning it

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How to trigger action on route from controller in ember
The code to trigger an action is indeed correct. It's just an unfortunate chosen example. Since your route will initialize the controller, the route itself is probably not completely initialized by the time the action is sent. If you, for example, schedule the action to be triggered in the following run loop, it works perfect: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/yaseva/1/edit

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Using {{render}} to display a form and save a model instance from anywhere in the application
Here's the answer - I needed to set the model using the Application Route, setupController and controllerFor. import Ember from 'ember'; export default Ember.Route.extend({ setupController: function() { this.controllerFor('trips/new').set('model', this.store.createRecord('trip')); } }); JS Bin (non-ES6): http://jsbin.com/zofive/13 Thanks to @locks, @abuiles and @xymbol.

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Handling click and doubleclick on same view in emberjs
Ember is so powerful that I was able to imitate DoubleClick using SingleClick event. Its all depend upon Ember.run Loop. Here is the code for anyone like me trying to do that - //capture event for singleClick only execute if there is no doubleClick eventIO : null, //ember actually execute the doubleClick but it also gives two singleClick doubleClick : function(){ var eventIO = this.get('eve

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Convert Ember-Data Model into an Array
Simply removing the statVals in var data = this.get('controller.model.statVals').toArray(); enabled me to feed the Handsontable table with data from Ember-Data. The complete View code is: App.chapterView = Ember.View.extend({ tagName: 'div', classNames: ['dataTable'], insertTable: function(){ var divElement = jQuery('.dataTable'); var data = this.get('control

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ember.js using host from ApplicationAdapter in a specific Adapter
extend() creates a new subclass, so your first code block is creating a new App.ApplicationAdapter subclass with your specified host property. Your second code block is just extending the DS.RestAdapter class again, which doesn't have the host property that you set. To fix this, you need to extend App.ApplicationAdapter: App.TestAdapter = App.ApplicationAdapter.extend({ findQuery: function

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Display dynamic content in Ember application template
You could use an Ember.computed.readOnly property in your application controller. App.ApplicationController = Ember.Controller.extend({ needs: ['project'], activeProject: Ember.computed.readOnly('controllers.project.model') ... }); But maybe this isn't the best solution. As far as I understand it, the project route/template is always used? So why not move everything to that template.

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Pass argument to event handler in Ember handlebars helper
Unfortunately you can't pass an argument in like that, the only parameter passed through to the action is the current value of the text field. You can see this if you look at the source for the focusIn function, which calls the local sendAction function that in turn calls Ember.Component.sendAction passing in the "value" variable.

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Ember Route transition, prevent templates destroy.
At this time you can not keep your views/components rendered when route change. You can only render it beforehand and then switch between using ember query params. Take a look at http://emberjs.com/guides/routing/query-params/ and https://github.com/instructure/ic-tabs

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pretender and query params
You should't define the query params in the request definition. For the code above to work the definition of the end point should be: server = new Pretender(function() { this.get('/api/v1/holidays.json?', function (request) { return [200, {'Content-Type': 'application/json'}, '{"holidays":[{"id":507,"name":"App. Elena"}']; }); });

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pnotify prompt dialog not showing in an ember project
Here is a working example: http://jsbin.com/fuqoke/1/ So what is the problem. Well, Ember uses prototype extensions. This polyfills ECMAScript 5 array methods in browsers that do not implement them, adds convenience methods and properties to built-in arrays, and makes array mutations observable. The problem is that pnotify expects to work with normal oldschool javascript arrays. For example this

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Interleaved closing tag error in Handlebars (Ember.js)
link-to is meant for ember routes only. (http://emberjs.com/guides/templates/links/) In your case I would just write the html for the link in the template directly. Here is a small sample ember.js app with the google.ca link, I have a feeling that your html may not be setup correctly with an outlet and a template: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/qivunivabo/3/edit

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Different application template for different routes
You can use the renderTemplate method in your Route to tell ember where to render your view. By default ember will render it into the parent template in the "default" outlet. In your case you'd do something like this: App.CategoryRoute = App.Route.extend({ renderTemplate: function() { this.render('favoritePost', { // the template to render into: 'posts', // the templ

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Ember ActiveModelAdapter customization
You should make use of the normalizePayload function on DS.RestSerializer to modify the response to the format Ember Data expects.

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How do I do a "needs" on a nested controller for emberjs?
FooBarWatContoller = Ember.ObjectController.extend({ needs: ['foo/bar'], action: { something: function() { console.log(this.get('controllers.foo/bar.model').get('id')); } } });

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Can I bind a raw html node in Ember/handlebars?
Try using CollectionView: myNodeList: Ember.CollectionView.create({ content: [], itemViewClass: Ember.View.extend({ template: Ember.Handlebars.compile('{{view.content}}') }) }), onElementCreated: function(element) { myNodeList.get('content').pushObject(element); } template: {{view myNodeList}}

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How to access view property from controller in emberjs
If you want to rerender a view that depends on a controller's property, just bound it in your template {{#view "myView" foo=controllerProperty}} {{propertyThatDependsOnFoo}} {{/view}} App.MyView = Ember.View.extend({ foo: null, // initialized in template ... propertyThatDependsOnFoo: function() { ... }.property("foo") }); Then in your controller just change control

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Update DS.RecordArray when changing routes
Your property getData should be bound to anything, if this something is an array you should use @each. For example as you can see here: remaining: function() { var todos = this.get('todos'); return todos.filterBy('isDone', false).get('length'); }.property('todos.@each.isDone') I suggest you another approch, let's modify your model: App.Chart = DS.Model.extend({ // fieds here...

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Creating a map property and enumerating its properties in a template?
Ember.A() is shorthand for Ember.NativeArray. This is why your code isn't working, you're also calling .set which is a method inherited from Ember.Observable. So what you're really doing is just setting an object property on the array rather than its content. What you probably want is Ember.Map which is an internal class but many developers use it anyways. You will still need to return an array

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Dynamic controllers based on route's model in Ember.js
Not sure what I changed, but after much console.loging I got the afterModel hook to set the controllerName property. I was able to use a similar method in the renderTemplate hook to dynamically set my template based on the model's type property...

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Use ember cli mock server as actual server
I believe that build pack just deploys your app's static files to Heroku. The http-mock file you're working with within Ember CLI is a Node Express app. So, you'd need to host it on a server that can serve node apps somewhere. In theory you could write a script that does that (deploys it separately) while keeping it within your main repo, but like others have said that's probably not a good ide

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Ember calculation with model attributes
You need to create a function to watch for changes in the quantity and fare.selectedFare properties so it can calculate the total. For example: // this should be added to the IndexController updateTotal: function() { // get the reference to the values of fare and quantity var quantity = this.get('quantity'), fare = this.get('controllers.fare.selectedFare.id'); // massage them to mak

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Get param of edit route (/foobar/2/edit)
When you are in a child route you can use this.modelFor, example: App.AccountingRequestEditRoute = Ember.Route.extend({ model: function(params) { return this.modelFor('request'); } }); Because in order to go to request.edit, you have to provide an id or object to its parent resource, request either directly going to the route passing the url to the browser or indirectly by transition

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EmberJS redirect when no subroute specified
You should do the redirect in your SalesOrdersIndex route. The additional index route of each route will only be created when it matches the complete URL mapping. So for any url that isn't exactly "sales/orders" it will not be created. Just what you want. App.SalesOrdersIndexRoute = Ember.Route.extend({ setupController: function (controller, model) { controller.set('model', model); thi

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ember-cli mocks doesn't return single record
you have to create an additional mock to handle that case for this specific example run ember g http-mock user which should generate the following in <app-name>/server/mocks/user.js module.exports = function (app) { var express = require('express'); var userRouter = express.Router(); userRouter.get('/', function (req, res) { res.send({"user": []}); }); app.use(

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ember.js, ember-cli: Outlets not nesting properly
Do you have an /app/templates/client-availibilities.hbs template with only {{outlet}} inside of it? Without this, the app is going to lose its place in the outlet tree. Ember-CLI and the Ember Starter Kit are very, very different from each other in structure, so I can see where the confusion comes from. How I like to think of Ember's rendering style is that each handlebars file inside the templat

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Ember 'needs' dependencies between unrelated controllers
I would set the content of the tags controller in your FileRoute. App.FileRoute = Ember.Route.extend( init: ()-> @_super() @generateController('tags') setupController : (controller, model) -> @_super(controller, model) @controllerFor('tags').set('model', @get('store').find('tag')) ) That way, you can keep all your other code but I think yo

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Evaluating Expression in Function call
Just pass the id Pass in id and have the helper append it to the name and id attributes with whatever prefix you want. Template {{{checkbox id}}} Helper // Expression Helper Handlebars.registerHelper('checkbox', function (id) { return '<input type="checkbox" name="checkbox_' + id + '" id="checkbox_' + id + '">'; }); JS Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/gfullam/390t5cnh/ UPDATE: It's

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Ember.js observer is triggered on initialisation also
This is expected behaviour (http://emberjs.com/api/classes/Ember.Object.html#method_addObserver). If you wish to trigger the function only when a property really changes, then you have two options: Keeping track of the previous value using beforeObserver (How can an observer find out the before and after values of the observed property in Ember.js?) Using ember-computed-change-gate (https://gith

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Ember create record with accepts_nested_attributes_for
It turns out I needed to change embedded: 'always' to the following: values: { serialize: 'records', deserialize: 'ids' } Because my Rails serializer was giving the ids in the response.

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How to trigger code on view transitions
I would do this in the route, using the setupController hook. It will be called when the model changes. App.TestRoute = Ember.Route.extend({ setupController: function (controller, model) { // Call _super for default behavior this._super(controller, model); console.log('model change:'+model.get('id')); # ...do stuff } }); jsbin example: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/potehi/1/edi

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Ember js store and pass clicked {{#link-to}} property to Route model
It looks like you've almost everything right, you just need 2 things. First, you can access the nickname dynamic segment in the model hook with the params parameter. model: function(params) { var passedNicknameFromclickedLink = params.nickname; } Secondly, because Ember assumes quite a few conventions with your route and models, you'll have to override the serialize method in the route as w

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How to create controller with own model without route in Ember.js?
I'm not sure the design is correct, but you can "load" other models using setupController method in your route. App.YourRoute = Ember.Route.extend({ setupController: function(controller, model) { this._super(controller, model); // set other properties var a = this.store.find("modelA"); controller.set("a", modelA); var b = this.store.find("modelB");

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