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JavaScript Ember.js Ember Data Ember Data with Local Storage

Alex Lumierre
Alex Lumierre
11,010 Points

"No model was found for 'post' where it was clearly there & Uncaught ReferenceError: DS is not defined

I was using ember local data for the post... I have post.js inside my model, I've followed each step and it was the same, however, when I run the application it throws and error:

Error while processing route: posts.index" "No model was found for 'post'" "EmberError@http://localhost:3000/libs/ember.js:13538:17

And here is my models/post.js: Blogger.Post = DS.Model.extend({ title: DS.attr(), body:DS.attr() });

should I create one for posts as well?

1 Answer

Nicolas Sandller
Nicolas Sandller
5,643 Points

You need to call post.js on the model hook in the route.รง

It would look something like this:

App.PostRoute = Ember.Route.extend({
  model: function() {
    return this.store.find('post');

for more information look  : http://guides.emberjs.com/v1.13.0/models/