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Keep Watch over Ember.js Resources with EmberWatch

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Keep Watch over Ember.js Resources with EmberWatch

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This post comes from Brent Schooley at the Infragistics blog.

EmberWatch is an incredibly helpful HTML5 resource if you are trying to learn Ember.js. There are a ton of resources popping up almost daily, and it can be hard to keep up. That’s exactly what EmberWatch aims to help with.

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EmberWatch - Ember.js Resource Aggregation

EmberWatch is an aggregation site for the JavaScript framework Ember.js. The categories of things EmberWatch “watches” are: talks from conferences, screencasts, tutorials, books, examples, releases of the framework, podcasts and libraries that can be used with the framework. I have been working with Ember.js for a few months and there were a lot of things I found at EmberWatch that I didn’t see anywhere else in my learning process.

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Finding the right things to aid the learning process can be difficult. This is especially true with emerging frameworks and their rapidly growing communities. As the community grows, the output from the community will grow. Having a site like EmberWatch will help everyone keep track of these resources. I highly recommend adding EmberWatch to your daily or weekly reading to make sure you aren’t missing out on some great Ember.js content.

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If you want to comment or reach out to me, the best place to do that is on Twitter @brentschooley. I can also be reached via email at bschooley@infragistics.com.

 

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