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Celebrate the release of Ember 3.13 (Octane preview)🎉, use the Ember plugin to welcome ember-sortable 🐣, learn about what’s happening in EmberCamp 2019🐹🏕, read the update of the Ember Octane guide🚀, and check out the latest features of Ember SVG📇!
Ember Octane Number (3.14) Coming soon! Today, in 3.13, you can try out all the stable features of Octane, including 5 new features:
- Tracking attributes (
- Co-location of components (Part 1)
- Plug-in author’s version build time detection
updateComponentPlugin author hook
In addition, Ember 3.12 has now been upgraded to LTS (long-term support). The LTS version of Ember will receive 9 release cycles (54 weeks) of security updates and 6 cycles (36 weeks) of bug fixes.
We encourage you to learn more about the new features and migration path to 3.13 in the following ways View official announcementWe also appreciate your help in completing the Octane documentation and testing the 3.14 beta for your apps and plugins. 💞
Adopt Ember plug-in Adopted Sort of embers, A plugin that provides Ember with Sortable UI primitives.The plugin is made by Jamie White (@jgwhite) He has been maintaining it four years ago! However, it is time for the plugin to gain some new love under the umbrella of the adopted Ember plugin.
The goal of adopting the Ember plugin is to provide a place for the Ember plugin to maintain maintenance when the original maintainer decides they want to go through the mantle.This Planning guide Explain how the program works.
Maintaining these plugins requires the work of real people. The program is always looking for helpful people to contribute and help maintain these plug-ins. Without an amazing plugin ecosystem, Ember would not be what it is today.If you want to help maintain these plugins, please join us Discord in #adopted-ember-addons. ❤
Last week, the Ember community took an extraordinary Illinois metropolitan wilderness tour:
Ash Camp 2019 Held in Chicago on September 16th, as always insightful, exciting and interesting!
There are twelve proficient speakers in the schedule, who provided thoughtful insights on the following aspects:
- Ember’s new features First edition, octane number
- how is it Embroider And Ember will really build a future together
- How to upgrade your application Network worker* And meaningful Animation
- Stable and reliable test suite strategy
- …There are many, many topics!
One of the highlights of the camping trip is “I can ask a question” live event
Both Jane Weber (@jwwweber) with Preston Sego (@nullvoxpopuli) Lead and host, answer urgent questions from the community.
Thank you very much for the people who made this year’s EmberCamp possible: Tribute to the organizers Melanie Sumner (@MelSumner), Sean Massa (@EndangeredMassa), Trek Glowacki (@trek), Howie Bollinger (@dbollinger) And all the volunteers🙇♂️
The Octane guide now provides documentation on how to use the new traditional API to create event handlers and actions and add them to components and templates:
This File changes Provides much-needed information on the benefits and how to get used to these new APIs.
Ember SVG canister, A plug-in that allows you to easily add SVG images, now has Asset viewer. Think of the asset viewer as a hub where you can Meet all available SVG images in the project. You can search for the image you need and copy the helper code to present the image in your application.
This week we want to thank @Gaurav0, @makepanic, @吉斯莱恩盖林, @jenweber, @tomdale, @melmerp, @Turbo87, @rwjblue, @HeroicEric, @zinyando, @dcyriller, @maxwondercorn, @runspired, @泊 with @rwwagner90 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-guaranteed! 🤞
That is another package! ✨
Chris Ng, Jessica Jordan, Isaac Lee, Alon Bukai, Amy Lam and the learning team