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The Ember Times - Issue No. 168

πŸ‘‹ Emberistas! 🐹

Read the blog on yieldable named blocks πŸ“›, keep up to date on @use and Resources RFC πŸ’‘, ember-bootstrap Octane updates 🏎, and last, but not least, from Phorest: Ember is still a good decision in 2020! πŸ™Œ

Hacktoberfest 2020

Have you ever spotted something in Ember code or documentation that needed fixing? Did you want to get involved in contributing to open source, but you have no idea where to start?

Good news! It's Hacktoberfest 2020, and you are invited to participate...

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.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day!

To mark this occasion, I'd like to talk about the ways Ember already helps you make accessible applications, give you an update on what Ember has been doing to make it easier than ever to create accessible...

Update - The Ember Website

With the initial launch of the website redesign complete, we're now working on the various sub-domains that all come together to make up the Ember Website experience. We want to share these plans with the community, so that those who want to help know...

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.

Ember 3.15 "Octane" Released

Today the Ember project is releasing version 3.15 of Ember.js, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. In addition to brining new features and bug fixes, Ember 3.15 also marks the official release of the Octane edition, which is Ember's first edition release.

Ember developers using the Octane edition can exercise modern features like native ES classes, decorators, the new Glimmer component API, and a new approach to state management called tracked properties. Combined, these innovative changes to Ember are more than just new tools and APIs. Octane's features, together, sum up to a paradigm shift in how Ember applications are built.

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...

Ember's 2019 Roadmap: Call for Blog Posts

Ember in 2018 (and 2019) has been more exciting than ever! We've been working diligently to advance the project based on our 2018 Roadmap, but while we work to finish that, it is time to think about the future.

The Ember team would like you to write...