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JavaScript Ember.js Models Loading Arrays of JavaScript objects

How do rewrite the model part of this tutorial so i stop having this depreciation warning in the console?

"DEPRECATION: Using the context switching form of {{each}} is deprecated. Please use the keyword form ({{#each foo in bar}}) instead. See http://emberjs.com/guides/deprecations/#toc_more-consistent-handlebars-scope for more details."

My problem is how do i make the model avilable in the view with variable name other than model because i don't think it's good pratice to have {{#each post in model }} or {{#each comment in model }} i would like to use comments and postsinstead of model?

Michael Dvorscak
Michael Dvorscak
7,003 Points

You can use either:

{{#each model as |post|}}
<!-- OR -->
{{#each post in model}}

From what I've read it doesn't look like it's possible to alias the model. This is an example of convention over configuration. (Please let me know if I'm wrong, since I also prefer the comment in post syntax)

Andre Kovac
Andre Kovac
5,588 Points

Thanks Michael Dvorscak and exuper okouya for the hints. I got it working with model with Ember 1.9.0. I see that this probably is an example of convention over configuration but still wonder why the examples in the Ember Deprication List give examples like:

{{#each person in people}}
  <p>{{person.firstName}} {{person.lastName}}</p>

Can someone clarify why

{{#each post in posts}}

won't work in our Dracula app?

1 Answer

Carmine Maraglio
Carmine Maraglio
29,762 Points

I was able to get this working in 1.10 using:

{{#each post in model}}