Ember Magic Man is a lightweight data persistence library for Ember.js. Its API is inspired by Ember Data, but it has no magic and requires the developer to implement all persistence logic.
Because magic seems great, until it messes you up.
ember install:addon ember-magic-man
In Ember Magic Man, the store is responsible for managing the lifecycle of your models. Every time you need a model or a collection of models, you'll ask the store for it.
To create a store, you don't need to do anything. Just by loading the Ember
Magic Man library, all of the routes, controllers, and models in your
application will get a new
store property. This property is an instance of
ember-magic-man/store that will be shared across all of the routes,
controllers, and models in your app.
One thing you should know is that Ember Magic Man uses an object called an adapter to know how to talk to your server.
An adapter is just an object that knows how to translate requests from
Ember Magic Man into requests on your server. For example, if I ask the Ember
Magic Man store for a record of type
person with an ID of
adapter translates that into an XHR request to (for example)
Fetching a Collection of Models
From your route or controller:
Fetching a Single Model
git clonethis repository
- Visit your app at http://localhost:4200.
ember test --server
For more information on using ember-cli, visit http://www.ember-cli.com/.