Ember.JS Online Skill Assessment Test

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iMocha’s Ember.JS online test is the ideal pre-hire test for recruiters and hiring managers to assess candidates objectively. This test is useful for hiring Ember JS Developer, JavaScript Developer, and Full Stack Web Developer. Our Ember.JS skills test has helped our customers to increase interview to selection ratio by 62%.

About Ember.JS Online Skill Assessment Test

Ember.JS online test assists hiring managers and recruiters to effectively assess the dynamic software skills of a candidate before an interview. Ember.JS is an open-source JavaScript web framework based on the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern and allows developers to create a scalable single page web application.

Ember JS pre-employment test is designed to check the application and integration development skills of Ember JS Developer- as per Industry Standards. Ember.JS skill test is designed by our subject matter experts to evaluate knowledge of Ember.JS developer before hiring.

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Test Summary

Ember.JS interview test enables employers and recruiters to identify the best-fit candidate by evaluating working skills and job readiness. For this reason, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.

Using powerful reporting, you can have a detailed analysis of the test results to help you make a better hiring decision and predict the candidate’s performance.

Ember JS Assessment Test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, AI-LogicBox, Coding Simulators, True or False Questions, etc.

Test Duration: 20 minutes

No. of Questions: 10

Level of Expertise: Entry/Mid/Expert

Useful for hiring

  • Ember JS Developer
  • JavaScript Developer
  • Full Stack Web Developer

Topics Covered


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Ember.JS Configuration

iMocha’s Ember.JS online test helps recruiters and hiring managers to evaluate candidate’s ability to configure ember JavaScript

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Creating Applications with Ember.JS

Our test helps to evaluate candidate’s ability to create efficient web applications

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Developing actions with Ember.JS

This Ember.JS skill test assesses applicants' ability to implement actions which help users to interact with controls to change application state

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Working with Routes in Ember.JS

Our test validates candidate’s understanding about routes in Ember.JS which helps to match the current URL to the routes that is defined

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Working with views and models in Ember.JS

This Ember JS assessment test helps to assess candidate’s knowledge about models that define data type that will be provided by server and views helps to convert browser events into events of an application

Sample Questions

Choose from our 100,000+ question library or add your own questions to make powerful custom tests

Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

-

Difficulty:

Easy


Q 1. The following code snippet shows an error:

Ember.UserRoleAddNewController = App.ObjectController({
    startEdit: new function() {
        this.transaction = this.fetch('store').transaction();
        this.set('content', this.transaction.createRecord(App.User, []));
    }

Which of the following code snippet fixes the problem?
App.UserRoleAddNewController = Ember.ObjectController.extend({ startEdit: function() { this.transaction = this.get('store').transaction(); this.set('content', this.transaction.createRecord(App.User, {})); }
App.UserRoleAddNewController = ObjectController.extend({ startEdit: function() { this.transaction = this.get('store').transaction(); this.set('content', this.transaction.createRecord(App[User], {})); }
App[UserRoleAddNewController] = Ember[ObjectController].extend({ startEdit: function() { this.transaction = this.get('store').transaction(); this.set('content', this.transaction.createRecord(App.User, {})); }
var UserRoleAddNewController = Ember.ObjectController({ startEdit: function() { this.transaction = this.get('store').transaction(); this.set('content', this.transaction.createRecord(App.User, {})); }

Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

-

Difficulty:

Easy


Q 2. The following code snippet contains an error:

App.REST.Serializer = DS.REST.extend({
    init: function() {
        this._super();

        this.map('App.UserRole', {
            frameworks: {embedded: 'always'}
        });
    }
});

What following code snippet fixes the problem?
App.REST.Serializer = DS.REST.extend({ init: function() { this._super(); this.map('App.User', { frameworks: {embeded: 'always'} }); } });
Ember.REST.Serializer = DS.REST({ init: function() { this._super(); this.map('App.User', { frameworks: [embedded: 'always'] }); } });
App.RESTSerializer = DS.RESTSerializer.extend({ init: function() { this._super(); this.map('App.User', { frameworks: {embedded: 'always'} }); } });
Ember.REST.instance = DS.RESTSerializer.get({ init: function() { this._super(); this.map('App.User', { frameworks: {embedded: 'always'} }); } });

Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

-

Difficulty:

Easy


Q 3. Consider the following REST API:

GET http://mywebserivce.com/user
GET http://mywebserivce.com/user/:id
POST http://mywebserivce.com/user
DELETE http://mywebserivce.com/user/:id

Which following code snippet correctly sets the above URL in the adapter?
Adapter.REST = DS.REST.extend({ path: 'http://mywebservice.com', serializer: App.REST.Serializer.create() });
App.REST = DS.Adapter.RESTLoad({ adress: 'http://mywebservice.com', serializer: App.RESTSerializer.instance() });
App[REST].Adapter = DS.extend({ location: 'http://mywebservice.com', serializer: App.RESTSerializer.create() });
App.RESTAdapter = DS.RESTAdapter.extend({ url: 'http://mywebservice.com', serializer: App.RESTSerializer.create() });

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