The question arises, is Ember JS a full stack framework? The answer is yes and no; it depends on what you mean by “full stack”. Generally speaking, a full stack framework is one that provides all of the necessary components for building a complete web application. Ember JS does provide some of these components, such as a data layer and a templating language, but it does not provide a back-end server or database.
The core of Ember JS is its Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture. This is an architectural pattern that divides the application into three distinct components: the model, the view and the controller. The model manages the data layer, the view displays the data, and the controller handles user interaction.
Ember JS also provides tools for creating web applications, such as the Ember CLI, a command