When I want to link to some content, on the same page, with standard html I would do something like:
<a href="#jsmith">Click here to learn about John Smith.</a> <!-- somewhere further down the page --> <a name="jsmith">John smith says hello</a>
I tried to replicate the code above with
<LinkTo>, because I thought it was the ‘emberic’ way to do things. Besides the docs mention the whole convention over configuration idiom.
Anyway I got an error saying;
“you didn’t supply a model …
#jsmith route does not exist etc”
and rightfully so in my opinion. I never added a
#jsmith route to router.js.
So the example code I wrote above is not a use case of the
The answer to this question answers on my question somewhat indirectly, so I apologize if my question is repetitive.