The Ember Times - Issue No. 70
Ember standard for i18n, more convenient transitions through your Ember apps with the new Router Helpers & Element Modifiers RFC, artisan deprecations for setting your component managers, a new version of Ember, an exciting new Readers' Question on the future of controllers, and using GraphQL in Ember.
Ricardo Mendes - Nested components and angle brackets, a hacky solution
Ricardo presents a simple solution to a tricky issue regarding nested components with the new angle bracket syntax.
Ember.js RFC #394 - Route actions
A proposal to integrating a route-action helper that bubbles the actions all the way up to the routes, just like ember-route-action-helper, into the core as a backwards compatible change.
Robert Harężlak - My Experiences And Thoughts On EmberFest 2018
Robert shares his thoughts and experiences from EmberFest 2018.
Thomas Gossmann - Thoughts on Improving Developer Ergonomics for Ember.js
In this article, Thomas details some of the pain points many developers feel with Ember and shares many proposed solutions.
Readers' Questions: What is the future of controllers?
Jen Weber explains when and why to use controllers in Ember.js and offers a path to contribute to their future.
LInkedIn Engineering - Getting to Know Melanie Sumner
Melanie Sumner talks with LinkedIn about her experience working on accessibility in Ember.js
Pepe Cano - Next Ember (Slides)
Pepe Cano's slides from their talk at the Ember.js Stockholm meetup last week.
Jessica Jordan - Crafting Web Comics With Ember (Slides)
Jessica Jordan's slides from their talk at ReactiveConf.
Watch & Listen
EmberMap Podcast - A dropdown nest
Sam and Ryan talk about the challenges of building nested dropdowns, whether a component reading data from its children is an anti-pattern, how angle-bracket syntax encourages new components, and whether “CSS best practices” exist.
Ember Form For Intl
Build "Data Down Actions Up" forms, with good default markup and built-in accessibility supportLearn More
Realtime Data with Ember
Ember.js Atlanta Meetup
Ember London Meetup, November 2018