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Source:  TNW

Ember.js is a hugely popular JavaScript framework. Used across web, mobile, and desktop, it powers the likes of LinkedIn, Groupon, and even Apple Music.

Behind its thousands of lines of code is a deeply human story of innovation and risk-taking, as portrayed in “Ember.js: The Documentary.”

Beautifully shot with impressive production values, the short film tells the story of Ember.js, starting with the JavaScript revolution that took place toward the late 2000s.

The documentary leans heavily on interviews with the framework’s co-founders, Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz. Although it’s clearly geared towards those with an interest in programming, it’s not really a “programming” documentary per se.

The film discusses events and concepts even non-technical people can understand — like the risky decision to leave a stable job to start something new.

Read the story at TNW.

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