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JavaScript Ember.js Routes and Templates Basic Routes and Templates

charles sancy
charles sancy
5,479 Points

Is this course no longer relevant?

I am trying to follow along locally and Ember no longer uses handlebars so I am getting Uncaught ReferenceError: EmberHandlebarsLoader is not defined. There seem to be no notes for a post Handlebar Ember. Is this course no longer relevant?

3 Answers

Some have replaced the EmberHandlebarsLoader.loadTemplates() line with

Blogger.PostsRoute = Ember.Route.extend();

and gotten it to work that way.

You can also create a workspace from the video page, then click File>>Download Workspace to save it to your system's download folder. The downloaded file (.zip) should have the same versions and folder structure used at the time the course was created.

Don't do the replacement I mentioned unless you are using a newer version of the libraries or it will not route the pages properly.


jason chan
jason chan
31,008 Points

it works. I'll screenshot you. I'm using local host with python. Be very careful with typing in your javascript. I spelled louder instead of loader... LOLs


jason chan
jason chan
31,008 Points

have python installed if your on windows or mac.

Then run the python -m http.server in CLI