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Cross-browser testing provided by Browserstack.
Ember is a great JS framework for building frontend applications with a huge community behind it. However, I personally find it to be a bit lacking in today's day and age when compared to some of the more newer frameworks like Vue. One of the main reasons behind me moving away from ember and to newer frameworks like Vue is the lack of good developer tools for ember which are provided out of the box in the likes of Vue in the form of CLIs and administrative dashboards. Overall a great framework but it needs to saty updated with the times in my opinion!
I won't recommend Ember for the long term since it's a bit buggy and hard to use. The documentation is not good for EmberJS. Initially I had planned to use ember for my projects but comparing it with React and Angular, the community is not at all big hence I won't reccomend Ember to much people, Only use this if you're planning to just check it out.
One of the most stable frameworks that won't leave you behind as you build. Fast and great for big apps as well as small prototypes. Give the new Octane edition a try, even if you used EmberJS in the past and didn't like it
Excited the ember come out again. been using it for more than 3 years and never feel disappointed about it.
A bit different from the classic MVC imo, but, very powerful when it comes to completely optimising the front end user experience. The speed of ember is always something that makes me feel goosebumps.