Happy holidays, Emberistas! 🐹🌲⛄️
Ember Octane is here 🐹🎉, new ember-autofocus-modifier 💡, 3 new RFC template helpers 3️⃣, ember-apollo-client v2 released 🎉 and join us in the last 11 days of December 1️⃣1️⃣!
Man 3.15 Released this week. In addition to the usual new features, improvements and bug fixes, this version also marks the official release of the first version of Ember—— Ember octane number!
But what is Ember Octane? Ember Octane is New, recommended way For developers Build the Ember application with Plug-in.
Octane has a new reactive model, updated practices for building components, and more attention to HTML-driven Web development than ever before.It aims to make the development of high-performance Ember applications not only simpler and more efficient, but also More fun Right from the beginning.Most importantly, Ember Octane is Fully opt-in with Interoperable For existing Ember applications-this means you can gradually try new ways to build modern Ember Octane applications without having to rewrite the entire application today.
Want to know all about Ember Octane?Learn more about what’s new in Octane and how to get started In the official announcement of Ember Octane after Yehuda Katz (@wycats)! need help?View #topic-octane migration On the channel Man discord!
While building autofocus for its components, Qonto engineers were also able to improve their API. Cyril David (@dcyriller) And the team hopes to add autofocus to multiple components of the two applications. For example, their one-time password input and email input components require autofocus. Since mixins are no longer recommended in the Ember ecosystem, Cyrille uses modifiers. They recorded their experience here!
Modifiers are a new feature Recently released version of Ember Octane. They allow Sharing code between components, Similar to instructions in Vue or Angular.We revisit Chris Garrett (@pzuraq)s blog Ember Octane is coming soon-Part 4: Modifiers with New Octane Guide: Out-of-component modifications understand more!
Miguel Kamba @cybernox A large number of RFCs have been opened around adding new built-in operators to Ember templates.The idea comes from the function provided Embers truth helper And is a subset of him Other RFCs Add a basic helper to the Ember template.
The three template helper RFCs proposed by Miguel are as follows:
Add your comments to these changes now to help achieve this goal!
If you want to build an Ember + GraphQL application, we encourage you to try People-Apollo-Customer Nowadays!
With the series DecEmber series “New Year’s Countdown: 31 Days Ember Plugin” The community will launch their favorite Ember plugins every day until the end of 2019-which means that there are Only 11 days left go with!Follow the December series On the Ember blog!
This week, community members wrote about Their love for a powerful selection of UI ❤️, This The beauty of well-formed templates, This Go beyond language barriers to share the joy of your app And how the amazing Ember plugin helps them write great web applications!
Do you want to share your joy with a particular plugin? Use the DecEmber tag to register any unresolved issues Take a look In our contribution guide begin.If you have any questions or feedback, please contact us through the following ways #dev-ember-learning On the channel Man discord Or ping Melanie Sumner (@MelSumner), Jane Weber (@jenweber) or Jessica Jordan (@jessica-jordan).
This week we want to thank @hjdivad, @rwjblue, @chancancode, @kellyselden, @Turbo87, @pichfl, @jessica-Jordan, @jenweber, @acorncom, @bartocc, @pzuraq, @igorT, @patricklx with @craigteegarden Thanks for their contributions to Ember and related repositories! 💖
Want to know about Ember, Ember Data, Glimmer, or plugins in the Ember ecosystem, but don’t know where to consult? Readers’ questions are only answered for you!
Submit your own Short and sweet problem under bit.ly/ask-ember-coreDon’t worry, there are no stupid questions, we thank them-promise! 🤞
The Ember Times team wishes you a pleasant and enjoyable holiday with your loved ones, family, friends and animal companions (if you do not celebrate any major holidays this month, we wish you a pleasant and happy time!) ! 🌲⛄️ 🎆
Since most American writers of “Ember Times” are also looking forward to the arrival of the holidays, we will leave for a short winter vacation; January 10, 2020 We are back to the next Ember Times and Exclusive special edition!
Enjoy the rest of this year and see you in the new year! ✨
Chris Ng, Amy Lam, Isaac Lee, Godfrey Chan, Jessica Jordan and the learning team