Ember.js Tutorial with Rails 4

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The first post in this series, Ember.js Hello World, shows Ember working without a persistence backend. This post covers setting up Rails4 as the persistence engine behind that example, plus adding and deleting records. The amount of Ember and Rails code to make this example is almost completely included in this article. It’s that tiny!

I put many more details in this comprehensive screencast of how to go from a brand new Rails 4 app to an Ember.js app deployed on Heroku.

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