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Transitioning to Show Only Incomplete Todos

Next we'll update the application so a user can navigate to a url where only todos that are not complete are displayed.

In index.html convert the <a> tag for 'Active' todos into a Handlebars {{link-to}} helper and remove the active class from the <a> tag for 'All':

{{! ... additional lines truncated for brevity ... }}
  <a href="all">All</a>
  {{#link-to "todos.active" activeClass="selected"}}Active{{/link-to}}
  <a href="completed">Completed</a>
{{! ... additional lines truncated for brevity ... }}

In js/router.js update the router to recognize this new path and implement a matching route:

Todos.Router.map(function() {
  this.resource('todos', { path: '/' }, function() {
    // additional child routes will go here later

// ... additional lines truncated for brevity ...
Todos.TodosActiveRoute = Ember.Route.extend({
  model: function(){
    return this.store.filter('todo', function(todo) {
      return !todo.get('isCompleted');
  renderTemplate: function(controller) {
    this.render('todos/index', {controller: controller});

The model data for this route is the collection of todos whose isCompleted property is false. When a todo's isCompleted property changes this collection will automatically update to add or remove the todo appropriately.

Normally transitioning into a new route changes the template rendered into the parent {{outlet}}, but in this case we'd like to reuse the existing todos/index template. We can accomplish this by implementing the renderTemplate method and calling render ourselves with the specific template and controller options.

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