If you've ever built a jQuery / or backbone / or batman - or whatever MVC-ish type library/framework - then well, you've dealt with a lot of weird unexpected problems and state-management stuff - that most new developers have not.
There was a freaky time where Ember was (way ahead of it's time) but scary and ugly - with
<script> tags and stuff... but we're talking about - post 2013 here. Have you ever use this framework? In real-world scenarios?
jQuery, Backbone, Angular, Batman, Knockout, Meteor, React...
(wait... there was also Ember... you know - the thing that came from the thing... that apple made - and that LinkedIn is built with... and Apple music... and all of those things you use A LOT...)
What's the deal?
Have you ever built an application with Ember.js ?
If you haven't... what are your reasons?
At the end of the day - CSS / JS - whatever... these libraries and frameworks seek to solve some of the problems in the ecosystem. It shouldn't' matter their names - and their marketing - but --- do they solve the problems? Do they help us make better products? Do they save the world?
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