The original name of Ember.js was SproutCore MVC framework. It was developed by Yehuda Katz and initially released on in December 2011. The stable release of Ember.js is 2.10.0 and this was released on November 28, 2016.
Consider the following points to understand the use of Ember.js −
It provides the new binding syntax using the HTMLBars template engine which is a superset of the Handerlbars templating engine.
It provides the Glimmer rendering engine to increase the rendering speed.
It provides the Command Line Interface utility that integrates Ember patterns into development process and focuses easily on the developer productivity.
It supports data binding to create the link between two properties and when one property changes, the other property will get upgraded with the new value.
Following are the some of the most prominent features of Ember.js −
Ember.js has HTML and CSS at the core of the development model.
It provides the instance initializers.
The routes are core features of the Ember.js which are used for managing the URL's.
Ember.js provides Ember Inspector tool for debugging Ember applications.
Ember.js uses templates that help to automatically update the model, if the content of applications gets changed.