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Ember Data Build Status

Ember Data is a library for loading data from a persistence layer (such as a JSON API), mapping this data to a set of models within your client application, updating those models, then saving the changes back to a persistence layer. It provides many of the facilities you'd find in server-side ORMs like ActiveRecord, but is designed specifically for the unique environment of JavaScript in the browser.

Ember Data provides a central Data Store, which can be configured with a range of provided Adapters, but two core Adapters are provided: the RESTAdapter and FixtureAdapter.

The RESTAdapter is configured for use by default. You can read more about it in the Guides. It provides a fully RESTful mechanism for communicating with your persistence layer, and is the preferred and recommended choice for use with Ember Data.

This is definitely alpha-quality. The basics of RESTAdapter work, but there are for sure edge cases that are not yet handled. Please report any bugs or feature requests, and pull requests are always welcome.

Is It Good?

Yes.

Is It "Production Ready™"?

No. The API should not be considered stable until 1.0. Breaking changes, and how to update accordingly, are listed in TRANSITION.md.

A guide is provided on the Ember.js site that is accurate as of Ember Data 1.0 beta.

Getting ember-data

The latest passing build from the "master" branch is available on http://emberjs.com/builds/#/canary.

Similarly the latest passing build from the "beta" branch can be found on http://emberjs.com/builds/#/beta

You also have the option to build ember-data.js yourself. Clone the repository, run grunt buildPackages after setup. You'll find ember-data.js in the dist directory.

Roadmap

  • Handle error states
  • Better built-in attributes
  • Editing "forked" records
  • Out-of-the-box support for Rails apps that follow the active_model_serializers gem's conventions.
  • Handle partially-loaded records

How to Run Unit Tests

Setup

  1. Install Node.js from http://nodejs.org or your favorite package manager.

  2. Install grunt and bower. npm install -g grunt-cli bower

  3. Run npm install && bower install inside the project root to install the JS dependencies.

In Your Browser

  1. To start the development server, run grunt dev.

From the CLI

  1. Install phantomjs from http://phantomjs.org

  2. Run grunt test

  3. Run grunt dev to automatically re-run tests when any files are changed.

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