Meanwhile, the web as a platform has stabilized and grown. The competition among browsers is healthy, providing great features, compatibility, and consistency. That competition is now starting to reach mobile devices in earnest.
The door on how to best author single-page applications is far from closed. Ember and other comparable tools have only just cracked it ajar, providing a tantalizing glance at what developers will probably think normal in 5 years. As with any technology, the syntax and specifics of Ember will have less long term value than the concepts they expose you to. These ideas and patterns will serve you well in any environment.
By experimenting with Ember today (whether in a large project or small one), you've joined a growing and engaging community of web developers who see an exciting possible future for the web. More so than any other client-side web platform, Ember's community is extremely flat, and speaking your voice on the forum, IRC chatrooms, or Github repositories makes a real impact.
There are serveral important resources for those who wish to keep up with recent developments in Ember.js. As it must be clear by now, the codebase is fast-moving and the feature-set quite large, so staying abreast of current events can be helpful.
Congratulations on undertaking the adventure of learning Ember.js and single-page application development. As a group of authors building successful and fulfilling careers with Ember, we welcome you to the community.
Our thanks for adding Developing an Ember.js Edge to your bookshelf. We wish you success building your first application, be it big or small.
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