What's Coming in Ember in 2014

Every few months, the Ember core team likes to get together to discuss issues face-to-face and set our priorities for the following quarter.

This time, we all converged on Portland, Oregon for the weekend to figure out where to focus our energy...

Ember 1.1.2 Released

Unfortunately, there was a second regression in 1.1 that didn't get caught in time to make it into 1.1.1. On that account 1.1.2 is out now to correct that issue. For more information about the problem see Issue #3637.

We recommend that everyone using...

The Post-1.0 Release Cycle

Now that we've shipped Ember 1.0 final, it's time to look forward to future releases.

The plan moving forward is to adopt a Chrome-like release cycle: more frequent releases with more clarity about where features are in the pipeline.

Ember 1.0 Released

Today, we're excited to announce the final release of Ember.js 1.0.

The first commit to the repository that would become Ember.js happened on April 30th, 2011, almost two and a half years ago.

At the time, Backbone.js was rocketing to popularity...

Ember 1.0 RC8 Released

With Ember 1.0 RC8, we have reached the final RC before 1.0 final, which we hope to release this weekend if all goes well.

This final release candidate comes with a couple of small breaking changes that we are making before 1.0 because they should...

Ember 1.0 RC7 Released

We’re pleased to announce the release of Ember 1.0 RC7 today! If all goes smoothly, this will be our penultimate RC before Ember 1.0. This release includes a number of bug fixes and a few small improvements. We’ve got a few other bug fixes in the...

Ember 1.0 RC6

Ember.js 1.0 RC6 has been released and is available from the main website and at builds.emberjs.com. This release features two big changes: 1) router update 2) Ember Components.

Router Update

The biggest change is router update (aka "router facelift...