Suilad Emberistas! 🐹
Last call for your talk submissions to EmberConf 2019! 📣 In this week's issue: eslint-plugin-ember v6.0.0 is out 🚓, watch all the talks from EmberFest 🎥, try out hot reloading in Ember ️🔥, and a sneak peak at DecEmber 😄...
Never tried public speaking before, but you're curious to share your thoughts on something interesting you learned recently? Are you already an experienced meetup speaker and looking for the next stage? Have you spoken at conferences before and want to try something new?
No matter what your experience level is, we're looking for you to become a speaker at EmberConf 2019. The CFP (Call for Proposals) will be open for only another 2 days, so be sure to get your talk proposal in this very weekend before Sunday, Nov 18, 2018 at 11:59pm MST.
Out of ideas? Be sure to check out the Brainstorm CFP to inspire yourself! Not feeling ready yet? Be assured, that you are ready to tell us your story - we're convinced that you'll succeed! ✨
This new release includes several breaking changes to the
ember/recommended configuration such as no-restricted-resolver-tests and no-ember-testing-in-module. Check the release notes for the full list of breaking changes and enhancements.
The videos from EmberFest are now available on YouTube. This means that you can experience all of the great talks even though you weren’t there! (And you know, if you were there you can now re-live it all.)
Melanie Sumner delivered a thoughtful talk about how other peoples' views on something you enjoy - especially when you’re a smaller community - can create uncertainty, and why it shouldn’t. It delivers a few helpful tools and encourages us to observe, analyse and think before responding to critical claims. The talk is a great reminder to consider how we talk to each other and to enjoy doing what we do, no matter what others may think.
If you want to browse through all of the great talks from EmberFest, check out the YouTube playlist.
ember-ast-hot-load is a new attempt to bring component hot reloading into the Ember ecosystem!
Hot reloading only refreshes the components that were changed, without losing the state of the app. For example, if you are four routes deep into your app and save a change to a component, the updated component will appear on the page without full application reload.
Give ember-ast-hot-load a try today!
Are you wondering what to do with all your vacation time in December? We got ya covered! The Core Learning Team is sponsoring DecEmber, a hackathon event specifically targeted at learning team efforts. Look for special issues marked “DecEmber” from December 1st-31st. Of course there will be prizes, too! Stay tuned for more details...
P.S. You can also register for 24 Pull Requests - giving back little gifts of code for the holidays! ❄️
This week we'd like to thank @Gaurav0, @richard-viney, @toddjordan, @samselikoff, @ctjhoa, @bentleyjensen, @Alonski, @nprasmussen, @MelSumner, @kennethlarsen, @chrisrng, @jessica-jordan, @marlonmarcos21, @esquith, @amyrlam, @tylerturdenpants, @simonihmig, @acorncom, @ppcano, @runspired, @pbishop16, @Turbo87 and @chadhietala for their contributions to Ember and related repositories! 💖
Wondering about something related to Ember, Ember Data, Glimmer, or addons in the Ember ecosystem, but don't know where to ask? Readers’ Questions are just for you!
Submit your own short and sweet question under bit.ly/ask-ember-core. And don’t worry, there are no silly questions, we appreciate them all - promise! 🤞
That's another wrap! ✨
Melanie Sumner, Chris Ng, Jessica Jordan, Kenneth Larsen, Niels Rasmussen, Ryan Mark, Alon Bukai, Amy Lam and the Learning Team