DS.Model Class addon/-private/system/relationships/ext.js:96


Extends: Ember.Object

Uses: Ember.Evented

Defined in: addon/-private/system/relationships/ext.js:96

Module: ember-data

The model class that all Ember Data records descend from. This is the public API of Ember Data models. If you are using Ember Data in your application, this is the class you should use. If you are working on Ember Data internals, you most likely want to be dealing with InternalModel

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_create

private static

Alias DS.Model's create method to _create. This allows us to create DS.Model instances from within the store, but if end users accidentally call create() (instead of createRecord()), we can raise an error.

_debugInfo

private

Provides info about the model for debugging purposes by grouping the properties into more semantic groups.

Meant to be used by debugging tools such as the Chrome Ember Extension.

  • Groups all attributes in "Attributes" group.
  • Groups all belongsTo relationships in "Belongs To" group.
  • Groups all hasMany relationships in "Has Many" group.
  • Groups all flags in "Flags" group.
  • Flags relationship CPs as expensive properties.

_notifyProperties

private

adapterDidDirty

private

belongsTo

(name) BelongsToReference

Get the reference for the specified belongsTo relationship.

Example

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// models/blog.js
export default DS.Model.extend({
  user: DS.belongsTo({ async: true })
});

var blog = store.push({
  type: 'blog',
  id: 1,
  relationships: {
    user: { type: 'user', id: 1 }
  }
});
var userRef = blog.belongsTo('user');

// check if the user relationship is loaded
var isLoaded = userRef.value() !== null;

// get the record of the reference (null if not yet available)
var user = userRef.value();

// get the identifier of the reference
if (userRef.remoteType() === "id") {
  var id = userRef.id();
} else if (userRef.remoteType() === "link") {
  var link = userRef.link();
}

// load user (via store.findRecord or store.findBelongsTo)
userRef.load().then(...)

// or trigger a reload
userRef.reload().then(...)

// provide data for reference
userRef.push({
  type: 'user',
  id: 1,
  attributes: {
    username: "@user"
  }
}).then(function(user) {
  userRef.value() === user;
});

Parameters:

name String
of the relationship

Returns:

BelongsToReference
reference for this relationship

changedAttributes

Object

Returns an object, whose keys are changed properties, and value is an [oldProp, newProp] array.

The array represents the diff of the canonical state with the local state of the model. Note: if the model is created locally, the canonical state is empty since the adapter hasn't acknowledged the attributes yet:

Example

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  name: attr('string'),
  isAdmin: attr('boolean', {
    defaultValue: false
  })
});
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var mascot = store.createRecord('mascot');

mascot.changedAttributes(); // {}

mascot.set('name', 'Tomster');
mascot.changedAttributes(); // { name: [undefined, 'Tomster'] }

mascot.set('isAdmin', true);
mascot.changedAttributes(); // { isAdmin: [undefined, true], name: [undefined, 'Tomster'] }

mascot.save().then(function() {
  mascot.changedAttributes(); // {}

  mascot.set('isAdmin', false);
  mascot.changedAttributes(); // { isAdmin: [true, false] }
});

Returns:

Object
an object, whose keys are changed properties, and value is an [oldProp, newProp] array.

create

private static

Override the class' create() method to raise an error. This prevents end users from inadvertently calling create() instead of createRecord(). The store is still able to create instances by calling the _create() method. To create an instance of a DS.Model use store.createRecord.

deleteRecord

Marks the record as deleted but does not save it. You must call save afterwards if you want to persist it. You might use this method if you want to allow the user to still rollbackAttributes() after a delete it was made.

Example

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import Ember from 'ember';

export default Ember.Route.extend({
  actions: {
    softDelete: function() {
      this.controller.get('model').deleteRecord();
    },
    confirm: function() {
      this.controller.get('model').save();
    },
    undo: function() {
      this.controller.get('model').rollbackAttributes();
    }
  }
});

destroyRecord

(options) Promise

Same as deleteRecord, but saves the record immediately.

Example

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import Ember from 'ember';

export default Ember.Route.extend({
  actions: {
    delete: function() {
      var controller = this.controller;
      controller.get('model').destroyRecord().then(function() {
        controller.transitionToRoute('model.index');
      });
    }
  }
});

Parameters:

options Object

Returns:

Promise
a promise that will be resolved when the adapter returns successfully or rejected if the adapter returns with an error.

didDefineProperty

(proto, key, value)

This Ember.js hook allows an object to be notified when a property is defined.

In this case, we use it to be notified when an Ember Data user defines a belongs-to relationship. In that case, we need to set up observers for each one, allowing us to track relationship changes and automatically reflect changes in the inverse has-many array.

This hook passes the class being set up, as well as the key and value being defined. So, for example, when the user does this:

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DS.Model.extend({
  parent: DS.belongsTo('user')
});

This hook would be called with "parent" as the key and the computed property returned by DS.belongsTo as the value.

Parameters:

proto Object
key String
value Ember.ComputedProperty

eachAttribute

(callback, binding) static

Iterates through the attributes of the model, calling the passed function on each attribute.

The callback method you provide should have the following signature (all parameters are optional):

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function(name, meta);
  • name the name of the current property in the iteration
  • meta the meta object for the attribute property in the iteration

Note that in addition to a callback, you can also pass an optional target object that will be set as this on the context.

Example

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import DS from 'ember-data';

var Person = DS.Model.extend({
  firstName: attr('string'),
  lastName: attr('string'),
  birthday: attr('date')
});

Person.eachAttribute(function(name, meta) {
  console.log(name, meta);
});

// prints:
// firstName {type: "string", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "firstName"}
// lastName {type: "string", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "lastName"}
// birthday {type: "date", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "birthday"}

Parameters:

callback Function
The callback to execute
binding [Object]
the value to which the callback's `this` should be bound

eachRelatedType

(callback, binding) static

Given a callback, iterates over each of the types related to a model, invoking the callback with the related type's class. Each type will be returned just once, regardless of how many different relationships it has with a model.

Parameters:

callback Function
the callback to invoke
binding Any
the value to which the callback's `this` should be bound

eachRelationship

(callback, binding)
Inherited from DS.Model but overwritten in addon/-private/system/relationships/ext.js:602

Given a callback, iterates over each of the relationships in the model, invoking the callback with the name of each relationship and its relationship descriptor.

The callback method you provide should have the following signature (all parameters are optional):

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function(name, descriptor);
  • name the name of the current property in the iteration
  • descriptor the meta object that describes this relationship

The relationship descriptor argument is an object with the following properties.

  • key String the name of this relationship on the Model
  • kind String "hasMany" or "belongsTo"
  • options Object the original options hash passed when the relationship was declared
  • parentType DS.Model the type of the Model that owns this relationship
  • type DS.Model the type of the related Model

Note that in addition to a callback, you can also pass an optional target object that will be set as this on the context.

Example

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.JSONSerializer.extend({
  serialize: function(record, options) {
    var json = {};

    record.eachRelationship(function(name, descriptor) {
      if (descriptor.kind === 'hasMany') {
        var serializedHasManyName = name.toUpperCase() + '_IDS';
        json[serializedHasManyName] = record.get(name).mapBy('id');
      }
    });

    return json;
  }
});

Parameters:

callback Function
the callback to invoke
binding Any
the value to which the callback's `this` should be bound

eachTransformedAttribute

(callback, binding) static

Iterates through the transformedAttributes of the model, calling the passed function on each attribute. Note the callback will not be called for any attributes that do not have an transformation type.

The callback method you provide should have the following signature (all parameters are optional):

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function(name, type);
  • name the name of the current property in the iteration
  • type a string containing the name of the type of transformed applied to the attribute

Note that in addition to a callback, you can also pass an optional target object that will be set as this on the context.

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import DS from 'ember-data';

var Person = DS.Model.extend({
  firstName: attr(),
  lastName: attr('string'),
  birthday: attr('date')
});

Person.eachTransformedAttribute(function(name, type) {
  console.log(name, type);
});

// prints:
// lastName string
// birthday date

Parameters:

callback Function
The callback to execute
binding [Object]
the value to which the callback's `this` should be bound

hasMany

(name) HasManyReference

Get the reference for the specified hasMany relationship.

Example

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// models/blog.js
export default DS.Model.extend({
  comments: DS.hasMany({ async: true })
});

var blog = store.push({
  type: 'blog',
  id: 1,
  relationships: {
    comments: {
      data: [
        { type: 'comment', id: 1 },
        { type: 'comment', id: 2 }
      ]
    }
  }
});
var commentsRef = blog.hasMany('comments');

// check if the comments are loaded already
var isLoaded = commentsRef.value() !== null;

// get the records of the reference (null if not yet available)
var comments = commentsRef.value();

// get the identifier of the reference
if (commentsRef.remoteType() === "ids") {
  var ids = commentsRef.ids();
} else if (commentsRef.remoteType() === "link") {
  var link = commentsRef.link();
}

// load comments (via store.findMany or store.findHasMany)
commentsRef.load().then(...)

// or trigger a reload
commentsRef.reload().then(...)

// provide data for reference
commentsRef.push([{ type: 'comment', id: 1 }, { type: 'comment', id: 2 }]).then(function(comments) {
  commentsRef.value() === comments;
});

Parameters:

name String
of the relationship

Returns:

HasManyReference
reference for this relationship

initializeStore

(applicationOrRegistry)

Configures a registry for use with an Ember-Data store.

Parameters:

applicationOrRegistry Ember.ApplicationInstance

initializeStoreInjections

(registry)

Configures a registry with injections on Ember applications for the Ember-Data store. Accepts an optional namespace argument.

Parameters:

registry Ember.Registry

initializeTransforms

(registry)

Configures a registry for use with Ember-Data transforms.

Parameters:

registry Ember.Registry

inverseFor

(name) Object static

Find the relationship which is the inverse of the one asked for.

For example, if you define models like this:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  comments: DS.hasMany('message')
});
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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  owner: DS.belongsTo('post')
});

App.Post.inverseFor('comments') -> { type: App.Message, name: 'owner', kind: 'belongsTo' } App.Message.inverseFor('owner') -> { type: App.Post, name: 'comments', kind: 'hasMany' }

Parameters:

name String
the name of the relationship

Returns:

Object
the inverse relationship, or null

reload

Promise

Reload the record from the adapter.

This will only work if the record has already finished loading.

Example

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import Ember from 'ember';

export default Ember.Route.extend({
  actions: {
    reload: function() {
      this.controller.get('model').reload().then(function(model) {
        // do something with the reloaded model
      });
    }
  }
});

Returns:

Promise
a promise that will be resolved with the record when the adapter returns successfully or rejected if the adapter returns with an error.

rollbackAttributes

If the model hasDirtyAttributes this function will discard any unsaved changes. If the model isNew it will be removed from the store.

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record.get('name'); // 'Untitled Document'
record.set('name', 'Doc 1');
record.get('name'); // 'Doc 1'
record.rollbackAttributes();
record.get('name'); // 'Untitled Document'

save

(options) Promise

Save the record and persist any changes to the record to an external source via the adapter.

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record.set('name', 'Tomster');
record.save().then(function() {
  // Success callback
}, function() {
  // Error callback
});

Parameters:

options Object

Returns:

Promise
a promise that will be resolved when the adapter returns successfully or rejected if the adapter returns with an error.

send

(name, context) private

Parameters:

name String
context Object

serialize

(options) Object

Create a JSON representation of the record, using the serialization strategy of the store's adapter.

serialize takes an optional hash as a parameter, currently supported options are:

  • includeId: true if the record's ID should be included in the JSON representation.

Parameters:

options Object

Returns:

Object
an object whose values are primitive JSON values only

toJSON

(options) Object

Use DS.JSONSerializer to get the JSON representation of a record.

toJSON takes an optional hash as a parameter, currently supported options are:

  • includeId: true if the record's ID should be included in the JSON representation.

Parameters:

options Object

Returns:

Object
A JSON representation of the object.

transitionTo

(name) private

Parameters:

name String

trigger

(name) private

Override the default event firing from Ember.Evented to also call methods with the given name.

Parameters:

name String

typeForRelationship

(name, store) DS.Model static

For a given relationship name, returns the model type of the relationship.

For example, if you define a model like this:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  comments: DS.hasMany('comment')
});

Calling App.Post.typeForRelationship('comments') will return App.Comment.

Parameters:

name String
the name of the relationship
store Store
an instance of DS.Store

Returns:

DS.Model
the type of the relationship, or undefined

unloadRecord

private

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adapterError

{DS.AdapterError}

This property holds the DS.AdapterError object with which last adapter operation was rejected.

attributes

{Ember.Map} static

A map whose keys are the attributes of the model (properties described by DS.attr) and whose values are the meta object for the property.

Example

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export default DS.Model.extend({
  firstName: attr('string'),
  lastName: attr('string'),
  birthday: attr('date')
});
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import Ember from 'ember';
import Person from 'app/models/person';

var attributes = Ember.get(Person, 'attributes')

attributes.forEach(function(meta, name) {
  console.log(name, meta);
});

// prints:
// firstName {type: "string", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "firstName"}
// lastName {type: "string", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "lastName"}
// birthday {type: "date", isAttribute: true, options: Object, parentType: function, name: "birthday"}

currentState

{Object} private

data

{Object} private

dirtyType

{String}

If the record is in the dirty state this property will report what kind of change has caused it to move into the dirty state. Possible values are:

  • created The record has been created by the client and not yet saved to the adapter.
  • updated The record has been updated by the client and not yet saved to the adapter.
  • deleted The record has been deleted by the client and not yet saved to the adapter.

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record.get('dirtyType'); // 'created'

errors

{DS.Errors}

When the record is in the invalid state this object will contain any errors returned by the adapter. When present the errors hash contains keys corresponding to the invalid property names and values which are arrays of Javascript objects with two keys:

  • message A string containing the error message from the backend
  • attribute The name of the property associated with this error message
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record.get('errors.length'); // 0
record.set('foo', 'invalid value');
record.save().catch(function() {
  record.get('errors').get('foo');
  // [{message: 'foo should be a number.', attribute: 'foo'}]
});

The errors property us useful for displaying error messages to the user.

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<label>Username: {{input value=username}} </label>
{{#each model.errors.username as |error|}}
  <div class="error">
    {{error.message}}
  </div>
{{/each}}
<label>Email: {{input value=email}} </label>
{{#each model.errors.email as |error|}}
  <div class="error">
    {{error.message}}
  </div>
{{/each}}

You can also access the special messages property on the error object to get an array of all the error strings.

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{{#each model.errors.messages as |message|}}
  <div class="error">
    {{message}}
  </div>
{{/each}}

fields

Ember.Map static

A map whose keys are the fields of the model and whose values are strings describing the kind of the field. A model's fields are the union of all of its attributes and relationships.

For example:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  users: DS.hasMany('user'),
  owner: DS.belongsTo('user'),

  posts: DS.hasMany('post'),

  title: DS.attr('string')
});
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import Ember from 'ember';
import Blog from 'app/models/blog';

var fields = Ember.get(Blog, 'fields');
fields.forEach(function(kind, field) {
  console.log(field, kind);
});

// prints:
// users, hasMany
// owner, belongsTo
// posts, hasMany
// title, attribute

hasDirtyAttributes

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the dirty state. The record has local changes that have not yet been saved by the adapter. This includes records that have been created (but not yet saved) or deleted.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('hasDirtyAttributes'); // true

store.findRecord('model', 1).then(function(model) {
  model.get('hasDirtyAttributes'); // false
  model.set('foo', 'some value');
  model.get('hasDirtyAttributes'); // true
});

id

{String}

All ember models have an id property. This is an identifier managed by an external source. These are always coerced to be strings before being used internally. Note when declaring the attributes for a model it is an error to declare an id attribute.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('id'); // null

store.findRecord('model', 1).then(function(model) {
  model.get('id'); // '1'
});

isDeleted

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the deleted state and has been marked for deletion. When isDeleted is true and hasDirtyAttributes is true, the record is deleted locally but the deletion was not yet persisted. When isSaving is true, the change is in-flight. When both hasDirtyAttributes and isSaving are false, the change has persisted.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('isDeleted');    // false
record.deleteRecord();

// Locally deleted
record.get('isDeleted');           // true
record.get('hasDirtyAttributes');  // true
record.get('isSaving');            // false

// Persisting the deletion
var promise = record.save();
record.get('isDeleted');    // true
record.get('isSaving');     // true

// Deletion Persisted
promise.then(function() {
  record.get('isDeleted');          // true
  record.get('isSaving');           // false
  record.get('hasDirtyAttributes'); // false
});

isEmpty

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the empty state. Empty is the first state all records enter after they have been created. Most records created by the store will quickly transition to the loading state if data needs to be fetched from the server or the created state if the record is created on the client. A record can also enter the empty state if the adapter is unable to locate the record.

isError

{Boolean}

If true the adapter reported that it was unable to save local changes to the backend for any reason other than a server-side validation error.

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record.get('isError'); // false
record.set('foo', 'valid value');
record.save().then(null, function() {
  record.get('isError'); // true
});

isLoaded

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the loaded state. A record enters this state when its data is populated. Most of a record's lifecycle is spent inside substates of the loaded state.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('isLoaded'); // true

store.findRecord('model', 1).then(function(model) {
  model.get('isLoaded'); // true
});

isLoading

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the loading state. A record enters this state when the store asks the adapter for its data. It remains in this state until the adapter provides the requested data.

isNew

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the new state. A record will be in the new state when it has been created on the client and the adapter has not yet report that it was successfully saved.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('isNew'); // true

record.save().then(function(model) {
  model.get('isNew'); // false
});

isReloading

{Boolean}

If true the store is attempting to reload the record form the adapter.

Example

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record.get('isReloading'); // false
record.reload();
record.get('isReloading'); // true

isSaving

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the saving state. A record enters the saving state when save is called, but the adapter has not yet acknowledged that the changes have been persisted to the backend.

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var record = store.createRecord('model');
record.get('isSaving'); // false
var promise = record.save();
record.get('isSaving'); // true
promise.then(function() {
  record.get('isSaving'); // false
});

isValid

{Boolean}

If this property is true the record is in the valid state.

A record will be in the valid state when the adapter did not report any server-side validation failures.

modelName

String

Represents the model's class name as a string. This can be used to look up the model through DS.Store's modelFor method.

modelName is generated for you by Ember Data. It will be a lowercased, dasherized string. For example:

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store.modelFor('post').modelName; // 'post'
store.modelFor('blog-post').modelName; // 'blog-post'

The most common place you'll want to access modelName is in your serializer's payloadKeyFromModelName method. For example, to change payload keys to underscore (instead of dasherized), you might use the following code:

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export default var PostSerializer = DS.RESTSerializer.extend({
  payloadKeyFromModelName: function(modelName) {
    return Ember.String.underscore(modelName);
  }
});

relatedTypes

Ember.Array static

An array of types directly related to a model. Each type will be included once, regardless of the number of relationships it has with the model.

For example, given a model with this definition:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  users: DS.hasMany('user'),
  owner: DS.belongsTo('user'),

  posts: DS.hasMany('post')
});

This property would contain the following:

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import Ember from 'ember';
import Blog from 'app/models/blog';

var relatedTypes = Ember.get(Blog, 'relatedTypes');
//=> [ App.User, App.Post ]

relationshipNames

Object static

A hash containing lists of the model's relationships, grouped by the relationship kind. For example, given a model with this definition:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  users: DS.hasMany('user'),
  owner: DS.belongsTo('user'),

  posts: DS.hasMany('post')
});

This property would contain the following:

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import Ember from 'ember';
import Blog from 'app/models/blog';

var relationshipNames = Ember.get(Blog, 'relationshipNames');
relationshipNames.hasMany;
//=> ['users', 'posts']
relationshipNames.belongsTo;
//=> ['owner']

relationships

Ember.Map static

The model's relationships as a map, keyed on the type of the relationship. The value of each entry is an array containing a descriptor for each relationship with that type, describing the name of the relationship as well as the type.

For example, given the following model definition:

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import DS from 'ember-data';

export default DS.Model.extend({
  users: DS.hasMany('user'),
  owner: DS.belongsTo('user'),
  posts: DS.hasMany('post')
});

This computed property would return a map describing these relationships, like this:

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import Ember from 'ember';
import Blog from 'app/models/blog';

var relationships = Ember.get(Blog, 'relationships');
relationships.get(App.User);
//=> [ { name: 'users', kind: 'hasMany' },
//     { name: 'owner', kind: 'belongsTo' } ]
relationships.get(App.Post);
//=> [ { name: 'posts', kind: 'hasMany' } ]

relationshipsByName

Ember.Map static

A map whose keys are the relationships of a model and whose values are relationship descriptors.

For example, given a model with this definition:

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export default DS.Model.extend({
  users: DS.hasMany('user'),
  owner: DS.belongsTo('user'),

  posts: DS.hasMany('post')
});

This property would contain the following:

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import Ember from 'ember';
import Blog from 'app/models/blog';

var relationshipsByName = Ember.get(Blog, 'relationshipsByName');
relationshipsByName.get('users');
//=> { key: 'users', kind: 'hasMany', type: App.User }
relationshipsByName.get('owner');
//=> { key: 'owner', kind: 'belongsTo', type: App.User }

transformedAttributes

{Ember.Map} static

A map whose keys are the attributes of the model (properties described by DS.attr) and whose values are type of transformation applied to each attribute. This map does not include any attributes that do not have an transformation type.

Example

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export default DS.Model.extend({
  firstName: attr(),
  lastName: attr('string'),
  birthday: attr('date')
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import Ember from 'ember';
import Person from 'app/models/person';

var transformedAttributes = Ember.get(Person, 'transformedAttributes')

transformedAttributes.forEach(function(field, type) {
  console.log(field, type);
});

// prints:
// lastName string
// birthday date

Show:

becameError

Fired when the record enters the error state.

becameInvalid

Fired when the record becomes invalid.

didCreate

Fired when a new record is commited to the server.

didDelete

Fired when the record is deleted.

didLoad

Fired when the record is loaded from the server.

didUpdate

Fired when the record is updated.

ready

Fired when the record is ready to be interacted with, that is either loaded from the server or created locally.

rolledBack

Fired when the record is rolled back.