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Ember 1.1.2 Released

This release fixes a regression that was found in Ember 1.1.1 with regards to components. (

Ember 1.2 Beta 2 Available

The second 1.2 beta was released along with 1.1.2. The release contains a couple of bug fixes. (

Ember 1.1.1 and 1.2 Beta Released

The official blog post about the previous releases mentioned in last week's issue. (


Ember Data: 1.0 Betas by Yehuda Katz

Slides from a talk by Yehuda on the latest Ember Data Betas. (

Ember.js: Marking Links as Active

A nice guide on giving visual feedback on active links and nested links. Top tip: use currentWhen on the link-to helper when nested. (

Embereños: Vinay Pandey - Khelkund

Weekly interviews with companies and people using ember. This week's interview is with Vinay Pandey of Khelkund. (

MVC is Not Enough by Yehuda Katz

Slides from a talk by Yehuda discussing how routes make app development easier in Ember. (

Taking Ember for a Spin

A balanced comparison of building a shopping list app with Ember and Angular. (


Ember.js and URLs by Tom Dale

Tom's talk from the combined EmberATX/AustinJS meetup. Includes an update on Ember and it's roadmap, as well as why Ember apps are built around URLs. (



A select component heavily inspired by Harvest's Chosen. (

Ember App Kit Rails

Ember App Kit for Rails' Asset Pipeline. (

JSBin Inception Component

Eric Berry shows us how to embed a JSBin using an Ember component. (

Ember JJ-Abrams Resolver

The Ember App Kit resolver, based on ES6 semantics, has been extracted into it's own project. (


Library for using OAuth 2.0 Implicit Grant flow (Client-Side Flow) with Ember.js. (


Looking for an Ember Developer?

Deliver your job opening directly to developers with known interest in Ember.js development. Simply reply for more information about posting a job in Ember Weekly. (


Brussels, Belgium Meetup

31st October, 8:00pm @ Salle Fénix at Betacowork / ICAB. (

Berlin, Germany Meetup

5th November, 7:00pm @ Wooga. (

New York Hacker Hours

5th November, 6:00pm @ SimpleReach. (

Toronto, Canada Meetup

7th November, 7:00pm @ Pharmacy. (


Ember Code Quality on Code Climate

With Code Climate recently announcing support for JavaScript, Ember was one of the first Open Source JavaScript projects to open up its code for analysis. (

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