EmberConf Presentation: Using Ember to Make the Seemingly Impossible Easy

At this year’s EmberConf on the 25th of March I gave a presentation with Heyjin¬†highlighting some examples of times where using Ember has made our jobs seem infinitely easier.

EmberConf was an amazing experience, the Ember community is full of genuine and welcoming people and I am so excited to see the great things that this community will build together.

Slides and video below.

Ember.js NYC presentation: Your front end is not your back end

Last month I gave a lightning talk at the Ember.js NYC meetup. The talk was about designing your API based on what it was going to be used for by the users instead of designing it based on what is in the database.  I think that this tactic can be really effective as it reduces the complexity of the front end code, which is where your users are and where you really want everything to revolve around their experience, not the intricacies of your data layer. With more and more complexity living in the front end through frameworks like Ember.js our design decisions need to be giving more weight to the front end than they used to.

Video and slides below:

 

Video:

Slides:

http://slid.es/andremalan/your-front-end-is-not-your-back-end/

http://slid.es/andremalan/your-front-end-is-not-your-back-end/embed