An ember is a glowing, hot coal made of greatly heated wood, coal, or other carbon-based material that remain after, or sometimes precede a fire.

Oh Ember.js, why do you make it so hard to fan the heat which lies inside of you into a burning flame? I lament your lack of documentation and easy to follow guides! You do have some beginner guides around, but they are too basic sometimes.

After I digested those initial articles. I found that the first think that I wanted to know about was how to do routing as it is described in this guide on Ember outlets. I had to do a bunch of digging in StackOverflow to put it all together, but I did finally manage to do it.

For those who are interested, I have created a github project with a basic working example of the latest Ember.js with routing. I really should write a how-to article on it sometime soon…

You can find it on github

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