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EmberJS Bindings


The coupling is a ground-breaking highlight of Ember.js which makes a connection between two properties and in the event that one of the properties gets changed

Syntax

ClassName1 = Ember.Object.create ({ 

/code here 

}); 

ClassName2 = Ember.Object.extend ({ 

/code here 

}); 

ClassName3 = ClassName2.create ({ 

/code here 

}); 

The linguistic structure portrays official of two properties ClassName1 and ClassName2. In the event that ClassName2 gets refreshed, it will be reflected in ClassName1.

import Ember from 'ember'; 

export default function() { 

var houseOne = Ember.Object.create ({ 

//essential value 

TotalPrice: 200600$ 

});

 var house = Ember.Object.extend ({ 

//makes property which is a nom de plume for another property 

TotalPrice: Ember.computed.alias('houseOne.TotalPrice') 

}); 

var houseTwo = house.create ({ 

houseOne: houseOne 

}); 

document.write('Value of house before refreshing: ' + houseTwo.get('TotalPrice')); 

//sets the house price 

houseTwo.set('TotalPrice', 930000); 

//above house value impacts the houseOne 

document.write('<br>Value of house subsequent to refreshing: ' + houseOne.get('TotalPrice')); 

}

Now open the app.js record and include the accompanying line at the highest point of the document −

import objectmodelbindings from './objectmodelbindings'; 

Where, objectmodelbindings is a name of the record determined as "objectmodelbindings.js" and made under the "application" folder.

Next call the acquired "objectmodelbindings" at the base, before the fare. It executes the objectmodelbindings work which is made in the objectmodelbindings.js document −

objectmodelbindings();