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The Ember Times - Issue No. 161

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

ember-component-template-colocation-migrator now supports addons πŸŽ‰, built with Ember.js: 10001 virtual art exhibit 🎨, ember-mobile-menu v2 released πŸ“±, help with Embroider readiness πŸ”₯, and last, but not least, new free video and instructor at EmberMap πŸ“Ή!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 160

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

"I contribute to Ember" with Isaac Lee and Jared Galanis πŸ™Œ, how to participate in the Ember RFC process πŸš€, EmberFest: share your virtual Hello with us! 🐹, learn how to use csz in your Ember app 🌟, and last, but not least, ember-cli-next: an experimental terminal UI for ember-cli πŸ”₯!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 159

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

Community addon updates: stable version of ember-bootstrap v4 released πŸ’₯, and check out ember-dayjs-helpers πŸ•°οΈ!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 158

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Ember 3.20 Released πŸš€, a series of blog posts on ember-modifer and its internals πŸŽ‰, detect when Ember components enter or leave the viewport πŸ”, a blog post and RFC on Ember.Component πŸ“–, and last, but not least, document Ember apps with Docfy πŸ“—!

Ember 3.20 Released

Today the Ember project is releasing version 3.20 of Ember.js, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. This release of Ember.js is an LTS (Long Term Support) candidate. LTS candidates prioritize stability over the addition of new features, and have an extended...

The Ember Times - Issue No. 157

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

LexasCMS releases official support for JSON:API and more πŸŽ‰, Deprecation Stages RFC is out πŸš€, tweaking UI behavior with Ember Data queries πŸ“, learn what reactivity means with an example πŸ’‘, read the blog post series of lessons learned working with Ember πŸ“”, and last, but not least, "Ember Data in the Wild" Octane edition is here πŸ“£!

The Ember Times - Issue No. 156

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Read the blog post on using ember-concurrency with TypeScript 🀝, reusable DOM behavior in React vs Ember πŸͺ”, and last, but not least, Mirage JS with GraphQL 🏝!

The 2020 Ember Roadmap

The purpose of the Ember Roadmap process is to rally the community around a number of shared goals. This post documents those goals for 2020.

Since the Ember community cannot predict the future, we cannot be sure that we will achieve all of the individual items enumerated here. Instead, the purpose of this document is to give the community a common purpose to aspire towards.

This year our two headline priorities are:

  • Polish the practical and conceptual details of Octane (tracked properties, Glimmer components, related tooling, accessibility, performance and payload improvements).
  • Make Ember easier to try and adopt, but also lower barriers for Ember developers when collaborating with the greater JavaScript project. We will do this through improvements and simplifications to the framework, and through focused communication with the greater JavaScript community.

The Ember Times - Issue No. 155

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

2020 Ember Roadmap published 🧭, release of Ember.js 3.19! πŸŽ‰, Rock & Roll with Ember.js Octane edition is here πŸ”₯🐹, Ember 101: new video tutorial series for beginners πŸ’», State of Frontend survey πŸ“Š, and last, but not least, ember-meta 1.0.0 release 🚒!