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Matt McManus - Improve the Interoperability of the Community and the Framework
Matt details the importance of improving interoperability within the Ember community and Ember.js itself.
Mikko Paderes - What I want to see in Ember for the rest of 2018
Mikko elaborates on areas for improvement in teaching Ember conventions.
Chris Thoburn - Tomorrow's Ember is not what you think (Part 1, 2018)
Chris expresses a desire for more interaction between the Ember.js core team and daily users.
V. Lascik - Honest Look at Ember in the Middle of 2018
Community member @vlascik details their ideas for improving Ember.js over the course of 2018.
Ilya Radchenko - Ember In 2018 and Beyond
Ilya outlines areas for Ember to continue improving this year including shipping what has been promised, fixing known bugs, and more.
Albert Yu - How to Debug an Ember Application with VS Code
Albert offers a quick tutorial on configuring Chrome and VS Code to debug Ember apps more easily.
Ke Pi - Different Ways to Pass Query Parameters in Ember.js
A tutorial providing multiples ways to pass query parameters in Ember.js.
Chris Krycho - #EmberJS2018, Part 3: Default to Open for Discussions and Decision Making.
In part 3 of Chris' #EmberJS2018 blog post, he expresses the importance of transparency between the Ember core team and the public.
Chris Krycho - #EmberJS2018, Part 2: Doubling Down on Documentation
In part 2 of Chris's #EmberJS2018 blog post, he expresses the importance of user and developer facing documentation for not only Ember.js, but for Ember CLI, Ember Data, and Broccolli.js.
Simon Ihmig - Ember.js in 2018: Get Better at Marketing!
Simon suggests some ways for Ember to improve its marketing strategy.
The Ember.js Times - Issue No. 47
Ember Data RFC's, #EmberJS2018 countdown, and template transform magic.
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Paulo Monteiro - Composable Applications with Ember.js
Paulo's talk from RequireLX on the structure and benefits of building with Ember.js.
May I Ask a Question - S1 E3
Jen and Chris talk about how to approach StackOverflow and an offer an updated discussion on questions from episode 1.
Open Source Live - Robert Jackson and Chris Manson Pair on Ember CLI
Robert and Chris work on running an addon with two dummy apps simultaneously to show how it works with a classic app and module-unification app.
Lily Beauvilliers - A People's History of Ember
Lily talks about how on-boarding new developers to an existing Ember codebase is challenging and how legacy code can be used to teach basic Ember concepts.
Full Stack Radio
EmberMap Podcast - Test Before Commit
Sam and Ryan chat about Ember.js at Microconf, two-way bindings, and TDD vs. "Test Before Commit" workflows.
Balint Erdi - Slicing and Dicing Data: Pagination
Balint demonstrates how to add pagination to a list of items in his Ember app.
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Ember.js Atlanta Meetup
It’s Easy in Ember: An Accessibility Workshop
Monthly Ember.js Meetup
Ember G Meetup
Toronto Ember.js Meetup
Late May EmberTO - One week early edition!