Mitch Stanley - Making an Electron App with Ember.js Part 2.5: MacOS Notarisation
Mitch details the process of setting up notarisation on his Electron app built with Ember.js.
LinkedIn - Settle down; Ember's Test Framework has your Async Covered
In this article, Steve Calvert details when to use the @ember/test-helpers library and its settled helper to aid in writing async tests.
The Ember Times - Issue No. 112
Announcing the official Ember Octane release plan, watch talks from the first Chennai EmberJS Meetup, read up on fun state management using Microstates, get your tickets to EmberCamp Chicago, and last, but not least, help improve the EmberArray documentation!
The Ember Times - Issue No. 113
Brand new content in the Ember Guides, use Ember Engines and Yarn Workspaces to maximize happiness, add visual regression testing to your Ember app using ember-backstop, and last, but not least, learn how Ember is organised and thrives!
Ember Inspector v3.11.0 released
Removes unused component template and modernizes route tab.
Watch & Listen
Sam Selikoff, co-founder of EmberMap, shares his journey of how he became a developer, explains why he prefers Ember.js, and shares some of the projects he is currently working on.
EmberMap Podcast - What should be abstracted?
Sam and Ryan talk about properties and attributes in Ember's new component model, how the distinction compares to other frameworks, and what tradeoffs come with the new API. They also talk about TypeScript, how to answer the biggest question in project management, and what to do with slow Mirage factories.
EmberMap Podcast - APIs are about Policy
Sam and Ryan read and discuss an article by Steven Wittens that explores the nature of HTTP APIs. Wittens argues that in practice, most APIs violate REST, but they do so because APIs are more about policy than they are about empowering clients with access to a data store. He then talks about what our APIs might look like if we embraced this fact, noting that GraphQL doesn't address these crucial issues of policy.