Ember Times-Issue 105


Hoi Emberistas! 🐹

This week: Help design Ember skill tree 🌱, observers are asynchronous ⏱, support RFC filling header tags ⛑️, add RFC load Connect to Route 🎣, the update of Ember Inspector🕵️‍♀️, today submit your EmberFest 2019 speech🎤 and the EmberWeekend episode starring Luke Melia 🔈!


Think back to your first day as an Ember developer (or mentor). Are you overwhelmed by the large number of things that need to be learned (to teach)?

  • What skills do I need to learn now? 😕
  • What skills will I learn next? 🤯
  • What resources can I use? 🥺

enter Ember skill tree. It can help you visualize important skills and the steps to acquire them.It and Ember guide and also.

The only problem? Tree doesn’t exist yet.

@戈西 The Ember Learning Team wants you Help create Ember skill tree. We encourage you to participate today! Please share your experience of learning and teaching Ember. 💞


A new RFC has been created @michaelrkn Get feedback on ideas add one load Hook to route. The motivation for doing this is the word model() Can be confusing” because it means that only one piece of data will be fetched, and it uses the term model This is usually related to back-end development”.

Arbitrarily Read the RFC And share your thoughts in the comments section.


In order to remove the legacy code from Ember, promote better programming practices in the application, and lay the foundation for a clearer code path, Recently accepted RFC (for comments) Proposed an important change Observer API: addObserver, removeObserver with observer Functions should be configurable as synchronous operations (the way observers have always been used to work in Ember applications since the days before v1.0) or asynchronous operations.

In today’s Ember application, observers will be called as soon as any property they track has changed. The asynchronous observer proposed in the RFC will be scheduled in the next run cycle.

The RFC emphasizes how we use sync The option (a boolean) makes our observers asynchronous one by one. After the community has had enough time to migrate their code, the RFC believes that Ember will be able to abandon the synchronous observer.

Learn more about the way and why behind Asynchronous observer By giving Full suggestion to read!


This <head> Labels are not just about setting page titles and website icons.It also played Indispensable role in SEO and expanding links. Currently, we can use Embers-cli-head Plug-in to modify <head> label. 💛

In the RFC, @rwwagner90 It is proposed that Ember give developers the ability to modify tags, using Route hook or service.

what is your opinion?please Look at the RFC And share your thoughts and use cases <head> label!


Embers inspector Support for Ember version <3.4 was recently dropped. This allowed us to free up time to remove a large number of issues supporting the old Ember version and start cleaning and updating the code. We will continue to design features for the future and strive to achieve the features we promised in the past.

Ember octane number It is not currently supported, but we are working closely with the framework team to obtain the API required to map components to DOM elements and enable us to display the parameters passed to the component and manipulate them inline.This will allow Inspector users debugging Component behavior Even better.

We are always looking for more people help It takes considerable effort to keep Ember Inspector running, so if you are interested in helping, please contact
dev-ember-inspector channel on Discord, We would love to have you!


Quick reminder Embers festival CFP deadline Approaching quickly.Only one month away from us August 1 Deadline, so let’s talk about it today!

The meeting is 30 minutes long And from in-depth technical talks to broader talks covering other aspects of software development.

If you are looking for some inspiration, here is EmberFest’s speech on YouTube in 2018!


One of the episodes of the EmberWeekend podcast Great interview Together with Ember’s long-term contributors and the former organizers of Ember NYC Meetup, @卢克梅利亚This episode tells the origin story of the New York party and some details of the origin of Ember.js itself.

Luke no longer plays the role of party organizer in New York City. He will be missed, but the well-organized party attended by a large number of people has been properly arranged. @mixonic.

Additional topics in this episode include Luke’s experience using Ember Cordova to build mobile apps and Orbit.js!

View the full episode
Here.


This week we want to thank @tomdale, @vaidehijoshi, @kennethlarsen, Mansona, @jenweber, @jaylee2, @jaredgalanis, @astronomersiva, @CvX, @rwjblue, @chancancode, @efx, @rwwagner90 with @Dragha 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! 🤞


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Jessica Jordan, Isaac Lee, Kenneth Larsen, Robert Wagner, Chris Ng, Jared Galanis, Amy Lam and the learning team



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