Introduction Edit Page
Creating an Application
The first step to creating an Ember.js application is to make an
Ember.Application and assign it to a global variable.
window.App = Ember.Application.create();
Most people call their application
App, but you can call it whatever
makes the most sense to you. Just make sure it starts with a capital
What does creating an
Ember.Application instance get you?
- It is your application's namespace. All of the classes in your
application will be defined as properties on this object (e.g.,
App.PostsController). This helps to prevent polluting the global scope.
- It adds event listeners to the document and is responsible for delegating events to your views. (See The View Layer for a detailed description.)
- It automatically renders the application template.
- It automatically creates a router and begins routing, choosing which template and model to display based on the current URL.