My sense if that this question isn’t objectively answerable and therefore not a good fit for Stack Overflow and probably too long-winded for IRC. That said, if either of those two channels are more appropriate for this question, then I’ll happily take my question there.
I’m in the process of building my first Ember app. I have about 2,300 lessons in a CouchDB database and I want to create an index that allows users to filter the list by different attributes, but I also want to keep in the Ember fashion and have the route reflect the current state of the app. If you’ve currently filtered down to economics lessons for grades six through eight in print, I’d for the URL to reflect that and for you to be able to share or bookmark that link.
There are five major criteria that I want to let users filter by: subject, standard, grade, format, and type and any combination thereof (except for subject and standards, which are joined at the hip). I tried to create a route for every permutation, but that untenable real fast.
To my knowledge, query parameters are still only in the Canary build, which I think might be a little ambitious for my first foray into Ember.
I’m starting to think I might be approaching this the wrong way. Any advice?