Here's a few resources that have been really helpful in picking up Ember.js.
- Code School's Ember Course
With videos preceeding each section explaining what's going on and a do-it-yourself challenge after each video, this course guides you through the basics. First level is free!
- Smashing Magazine's Beginner Demo
More example-based than video based, this beginner tutorial / demo is better for those that prefer self-guided examples and already have a working knowledge of things like Handlebars. Dives right in to the details.
- Ember Tools
For someone that doesn't have much experience scaffolding apps, this is an amazing tool to get up and running quickly.
- Ember.js Guides
On the official site - it makes sense that these tutorials would be both helpful and easily available.
- Ember.js Cookbook
Invaluable for solving specific problems in Ember. Don't reinvent the wheel, just follow the best practice!
One-line local server, Serve Install with
npm install -g serve
then run in terminal (and specify whatever port by number) with
serve -p 3000<