09:56 tswicegood: so here's a loaded question since both of you are here...
09:56 tswicegood: what's the main differences between the backbone and ember?
09:56 tswicegood: I have some ideas, but I'm curious to hear from your perspectives :-)
09:58 wycats: tswicegood: Ember focuses heavily on bindings as the core abstraction, backbone focuses on raw events
09:58 wycats: Ember supports events
09:58 jashkenas: tswicegood: as with all of this stuff -- very different approaches to the same thing: building JS apps.
09:58 wycats: but Ember users tend to prefer bindings
09:58 wycats: jashkenas: does ^ seem correct?
09:58 jashkenas: eh, I think there's more than just that ;)
09:59 wycats: :p
09:59 jashkenas: from a user's perspective.
09:59 wycats: tswicegood: also, Ember's scope is larger -- for instance, we have a bundled template engine that is binding-aware
09:59 wycats: backbone is template-engine agnostic