To use Ember.js in your project, you can include the Ember.js library in your HTML file by adding a script tag with the URL of the Ember.js library. You can either download the library and host it on your own server, or you can use a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to serve the library from a remote server.
One popular CDN for Ember.js is the Ember.js CDN provided by the Ember.js team. You can include Ember.js in your project by adding the following script tag to your HTML file:
This will include the latest stable version of Ember.js in your project. You can also specify a specific version of Ember.js by changing the version number in the URL.
Once you have included Ember.js in your project, you can start using its features and conventions to build your web application. Ember.js provides powerful features like data binding, routing, and component architecture, which can help you build complex and interactive web applications.
To learn more about Ember.js and how to use it in your project, you can refer to the official Ember.js documentation, which provides detailed guides, tutorials, and API references. The documentation can be found at https://guides.emberjs.com.
I hope this information helps you get started with Ember.js and the Ember.js CDN. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!