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2018 Ember Community Survey

The last year has been a wonderful time to work with the web, and a thrilling one to be building applications with Ember.

  • Ember.js completed seven backward-compatible minor version releases in the last year: 2.12 through 2.18. Included were three...

Glimmer.js Progress Report

At EmberConf in March of this year, we announced Glimmer.js, a library for building modern UI components optimized for the mobile web. I wanted to give an update on what we've been working on since then.

There were two primary motivations for releasing...

The Road to Ember 3.0

Today the Ember.js Core Team is happy to announce our plans for the release of Ember 3.0. Ember 3.0 will arrive 2.5 years and 18 minor revisions after the release of Ember 2.0. The final release of the 2.x series will be Ember 2.18 on January 1st,...

EmberConf 2017: State of the Union

Ember.js (or should we say Amber.js) turned five years old last December. In some ways, five years is a short amount of time. But when measured in web framework years, it feels like a downright eternity.

As Yehuda and I were getting ready for our...

2017 Ember Community Survey

The past year has been a great time to work with the web, and an exciting one to be building applications with Ember.

  • Ember.js completed eight backward-compatible minor version releases in the last year, 2.4 through 2.11. Included were the framework...

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...

Introducing Zoey

Over the last few years the Ember project and community have grown, and along with it, the Ember brand. We took care and caution to craft an experience and feel that while exciting and ambitious, stayed friendly and approachable. As everyone knows...

2016 Ember Community Survey

2015 was an incredible year to be a web developer, and great year to be building an Ember app.

Ember 2.0 landed in August, and with it came the first major shift in application architecture since Ember left its SproutCore roots. The Ember-CLI team...

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...