News & Updates

Featured Post: Octane is Here

Ember 3.15 is Octane! Curious what Octane means for web development? This blog post will get you oriented.

For a write up of the technical details (upgrade strategies, deprecations, new Ember Data features) see the Ember 3.15 Release blog post.

The Ember Times - Issue No. 136

ഹലോ Emberistas! 🐹

Call for videos for the EmberConf keynote 📢, Ember 3.16 released 🚀, Minesweeper meets Ember Octane 💣, Check out the journey to your first published addon 📅, 2020 Ember Community Survey 📝, and learn how to forward element modifiers in < 10 mins ⏰!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 135

Happy Valentine's Day, Emberistas! 💌

Learn about Native Decorator Support from EmberMap 🐹🗺️, review the RFC for splarguments 💖, autotracking! a blog series on reactivity systems 🤖, JSParty podcast with Jen and Chris 📻, and three reasons to switch to angle bracket syntax in Ember Octane 💡!

Ember 3.16 Released

Today the Ember project is releasing version 3.16 of Ember.js, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. This release kicks off the 3.17 beta cycle for all sub-projects. We encourage our community (especially addon authors) to help test these beta builds and report...

The Ember Times - Issue No. 134

👋 Emberistas! 🐹

This week: Polyfilled ember-data packages syntax for all Ember apps 📦, use Figma with Storybook to make your developer life easier 🎨, QUnit DOM announces v1.0 release 🎂, and check out the ember-changeset 3.0.0 release 🎉!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 133

✌️ Emberistas! 🐹

This week: Check out the RFC for Improved Ember Registry APIs 🗒️®️, Octane community feedback from FlashRecruit 👏, contributing to OSS with confidence at EmberConf 💪, and meet two developers who write short Ember posts regularly ✏️!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 132

👋 Emberistas! 🐹

Get together at EmberConf meetups 🍦, learn how to use RouteInfo.metadata from EmberMap 🧩, try an Octane & JAM sandwich at EmberConf 🏎🥪🍓, monitor Ember app performance with Tracerbench ⏱, and try out the Related Files Hopper VSCode extension 🤸!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 131

Привет, Эмберисты! Hello, Emberistas! 🐹

Help improve Ember's autotracking and reactivity system 💬, read the new test waiters RFC ⏳, optimize your app with Ember Data 📈, the Russian Ember community 🇷🇺, and learn about powerful debugging at EmberConf 💻!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 130

Happy New Year, Emberistas! 🐹

This week, we have an Ember Octane Special Edition for you!

We've collected as much info as possible about this new Ember edition. So throughout this post, you will find useful information to help you get the most out of Ember Octane.

Octane is modern Ember, and I’m psyched that we got it over the finish line. Have fun building apps! ~ Yehuda Katz (@wycats)

This week: What is the Octane Edition? 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️, where can I learn more 🤓, how to migrate to Octane 🐹🏗️, community feedback from Outdoorsy 👏, conquer Octane with Ember Atlas 🗺🌍, and Octane at EmberConf 2020 📢!

Countdown to The New Year - Built-in Addons

This is the last of our December series-"Countdown to The New Year: 31 Days of Ember Addons". Thank you for joining us!

What a month it’s been! Over the last thirty days, we have showcased different kinds of addons in the Ember ecosystem. In this final post, we’ll show how an Ember app’s default addons come together to form a great developer experience, and we will reflect on the article series as a whole.

This article series highlights the real spirit of the Ember community, the ways in which we come together to find a way to say yes to good ideas. It started out as a wish: “Wouldn’t it be nice if we had our own advent calendar blog?” Then, it quickly turned into a refined possibility: “Let’s do a countdown to the new year so we can cover more addons.” From there, it grew into actionable steps: “What does an MVP blog post look like? How about a pre-determined format to make it easier to allow other community members to contribute?” This is one example of how many of our favorite open source projects come to life!

Countdown to The New Year - Ember Exam

This is already the second to last edition of our December series-"Countdown to The New Year: 31 Days of Ember Addons". In this series we are highlighting a new addon each day until the new year, and we hope you'll join us for the fun!

Day 30

On the 30th day of our Countdown to The New Year we want to feature an exciting Ember addon to make your test suite fun to work with: ember-exam!

Learn more about ember-exam on Ember Observer.