Each helper only works as {{#each model as |blah|}}?


In my starter app I’m using the latest ember-cli, ember, with htmlbars. The handlebars dependency has been removed from my app.

I have the same issue whether I hash two models together or use a single model. That is that the only syntax I can get to work for the #each is {{#each model as |blah|}}. Can anyone explain why this is?



import Ember from 'ember';
export default Ember.Route.extend({
 model() {
  return this.store.find('employee'); } });



import DS from 'ember-data';
export default DS.Model.extend({
   firstName: DS.attr('string'),
    lastName: DS.attr('string'),  ....etc


{{#each model as |employee|}}


{{#each employee as |employee|}} or {{#each employees as |employee|}} make the table blank. It only works if I do each {{#each model as …}}.

I have the same thing if I hash together two models using the RSVP.hash.



You’re naming your collection model in your router. That is why you need model in your each statement. If you named it ‘employees’, then you could use ‘employees’

{{each employees as |employee|| }}

I however like to stick with model for simplicity. You can also use the following format:

{{#each employee in model }}

…and achieve the same template usage.