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Ember-CLI v0.0.37 Released

More Enhancements and bugfixes, including the ability for ember add-ons to specify server-side middleware.

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An Ember-CLI addon for applying jstransform transformations, such as transpiling ES6 to ES5.


Use node-sass to preprocess your Ember-CLI app's files, with support for sourceMaps and include paths.


Frontside Podcast Ep 7: The Ember Router (with Alex Matchneer)

The Frontside guys discuss the benefits & pain of routing in client-side applications, using the Ember router without Ember, how Alex got into working on Ember core, and some OSS projects to keep an eye on.

Creating an Integration Test with Ember - Robin Ward

A short screencast shows how to scaffold an application using Ember-CLI and then create a few integration tests to make sure it's working properly.

Building Chrome Extensions with Ember

A talk on how Ember-CLI can be used with little to no modification in the setting of a chrome extension to build rich and dynamic browser utilities to extend your application's offering into the desktop and the browser chrome.


Ember Out East

A hackfest in the Hamptons, with members of Ember core team and some of the best Ember developers in New York! 21st-22nd July. ($)

Boston Ember.js Group

Animations. 10th July, 6:30pm @ Brightcove, Boston.

Ember.js Portland

Hacker Hours. 10th July, 7:00pm @ Tilde Inc, Portland.


Hackfest at the Beach. 12th July, 10:00am.

Ember.js Ottawa

HAcker Hours. 2nd July, 6:30pm @ bv02, Ottawa.

Toronto Ember.js

3rd July, 6:30pm @ Ph armacy Bar, Toronto.

STL Ember.js

7th July, 6:00pm @ Second Street, Saint Louis.

Ember.js Munich

8th July, 7:00pm @ Scoreloop, München.

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