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Getting started with Ember and Ember CLI

Ember has gone through a lot of changes over the years. One of the biggest ones has been the introduction of the Ember CLI, a command line utility built for Ember. It combines several features including generators, minifiers, CSS preprocessor compilers, autoreload, and ES6 module loaders. This command line tool will help you reduce the time spent on setting up some of your tools such as Grunt and Gulp. We can say that it could be a good alternative to these tools for any of your brand new Ember projects.

In this article, you’ll learn how to build a simple contacts manager application using Ember CLI. This tutorial will be a bit different from the other articles about Ember I’ve published on SitePoint since they did not ship with Ember CLI. However, most of those concepts still apply, so I suggest you to take a look at them and follow on.

The complete code for this article is available on GitHub.

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