Announcement

Octane Release Update

The short version: We're still learning from the community as they adopt Octane, and won't be recommending Octane as the default Ember mode in the Ember's 3.14 release. You can continue to opt-in to Octane in Ember 3.14, and the developer experience...

Octane is coming in v3.14

Update: The timeline has changed since the initial publishing of this post, and Octane is not 3.14. See the Octane Release Update for the latest news.

The Ember community is wrapping up the work for Octane, and we expect to get it over the finish...

Organizing Our Contributors

Open source project management is different than inside a typical software company. It's an example of the purest form of leadership: you’re getting a bunch of peers all moving in the same direction, despite no formal hierarchy or authority structure...

Announcing The Glimmer 2 Alpha

In this year's EmberConf keynote, Yehuda mentioned that we are working on a highly optimized rendering engine for Ember called Glimmer 2.

On behalf of all the contributors who have lent a hand along the way, I am very excited to announce that we...

Introducing Subteams

I'm very happy to share with you our plan to scale Ember's day-to-day decision-making and coordination—something we're calling Subteams. We mentioned some of this in this year's EmberConf keynote, and wanted to expand on the specific details.

Ember...

Announcing Ember's First LTS Release

Currently, Ember uses release channels to help users balance between a desire for new features (canary or beta channels) with stability (the release channel). While semver guarantees mean that upgrades are quite straightforward, some users aren't able...