Above is an example of a website(TED) using Ember.js. This week we learned about web design and the short history of Ember.js. It was interesting to learn about how update numbers work, and what the effects of the different updates. For example, if a software’s update is version 126.96.36.199, but was previously version 188.8.131.52, a major change happened that might affect how the software runs. If it was previously 184.108.40.206, it would only be minor change that wouldn’t affect performance. We also watch some short videos on how much of the world is really made with programming, from clothes that light up, to cars.
We looked at some tips for Web design, one tip that I liked, and will most likely use, is the Fibonacci sequence. It show where your eye naturally follows on a webpage. I took away a lot from this lesson, and will definitely change how I design my websites.