Ember.js Development Services
Need a Ember.js coder for your company? You clearly came to the proper people. “Echo” presents IT staffing services and project based development. We gladly help you to secure the best employee or a team for remote development. All our coders are accomplished specialists experienced in building tailor-made apps using the up-to-date techs, including EMBER JS, Paypal, MySQL, CUDA, WCF, Ruby on Rails, WEBRTC, MongoDB, Redux, SAP, DynamoDB. You can also hire us as a Ember.js development provider and outsource full-cycle development services to us.
REASONS TO HIRE US :
- Talanted Ukrainian programmers with over 4 years of industry experience.
- Personnel retention best standards to make sure your developers stay contented.
- Dedicated account supervisors to guarantee smooth collaboration.
- Clear model with predictable bi-weekly payments.
We help you execute your ideas by preparing proved Ember.js programmers who can contribute to your team and instantly start delivering excellent code. Contact us and review the resumes of software engineers available for employment at the moment. Also, you can read “Ember.js Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Ember.js Programmers in February 2018
1 Volodymyr B.,Age: 31, Skills: Python, JS (React), Python (Django), MySQL, PostgreSQL, JS (Ember)
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2 Andrii L.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, Bootstrap, JS (Ember)
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3 Alexandr A.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS (jQuery), Python (Django), SQL, JS (Ember), Python (NumPy)
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4 Valeria L.,Age: 24, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, Ruby, API, JS (Ember)
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5 Alex O.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Ruby, MySQL, NoSQL (CouchDB), JS (Ember)
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Questions and Answers related to Ember.js Development
“Sideloading is what it’s called when in a single JSON response to a request for record set “A” from Model A, your REST API also returns a secondary record set “B” for Model “B”, whose members are referenced by Relationship indices in an ID array on records from the primary response set “A”. The benefit of this is that you can get all the records from your query and all of the associated records they point to in a single request.”
“Ember’s implementation of Handlebars seems far nicer than having to pollute HTML with ng-* attributes, which also seems to cause less confusion over which to use in the event of overlap (i.e. src or ng-src?). Ember is very opinionated – it forces you to do things the “Ember Way”. While this would seem like a drawback in comparison to Angular’s much more loose conventions, it’s a huge benefit…”
“One example that gets to the heart of it is Ember’s approach to asynchronous behavior. As compared to Backbone.js, it provides a higher level of abstraction, forcing developer to de-couple data manipulation from it’s side-effects. A guide was recently published – it includes examples of this approach both with and without ember.”
“In short, view are something which controls the template or in other words you attach behavior to your templates via views. So, if you have a template which consists a button with an input field you can attach click event with button via your view and manipulate your input field. In native ember terminology, basically you attach actions in your template with html elements and then handle actions in your view…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.