Ember Times-Issue 97


Kaltxì Humanitarian! 🐹

This week: Embers festival 2019 CFP is now open 📝, build a clone in GitHub Gist Octane number ⛽️, RFC proposal Deprecated of mouseenter + mouseleave Embers event 🐁, last but not least, the interview Yehuda Katz 🎙️!


Embers festival – Ember Conference of the European Community – will be in Morgansdale This year it will be held in Copenhagen from October 17th to 18th, 2019.They recently Announce CFP is Now open The deadline is August 1, 2019.

EmberFest is looking for a wide range of presentations, from in-depth technical presentations to broader presentations covering other aspects of software development. Although Ember-related is best, EmberFest is willing to consider discussions covering more general software/technology-related topics that are of interest to Ember developers.

Submit your speech today!


In this free video tutorial, Programming with Erik with Jeffrey Byers Build a simplified pairing program for GitHub Gist clones in Octane. Jeffrey explains how Octane is a set of functions bundled together to create a New programming experience. This video is for beginners, people from other frameworks, or people who return to Ember after a while! share with friends?

In addition to using the Octane blueprint, this tutorial also uses Man prism with Embers animation. View recordings and use GitHub repository As a reference for the code at home.


Since the birth of Ember, Ember event scheduler Handle the delegate of the browser event in the application. But some events are more difficult to delegate to Dispatcher than others. in particular, mouseenter🕳 ⬅️🐁 and mouseleave 🕳🐁➡️ Events need to be handled in a different way because they don’t bubble up-Ember’s Event Dispatcher usually relies on the characteristics of event delegation.

in a New RFC, Author RFC #386 I came back with a suggestion to reduce the event processing overhead of these rarely used event types. In his proposal, @西蒙尼米格 Suggest deprecation mouseleave with mouseenter The events in Ember’s Event Dispatcher support the use of native event listeners.

Read more about motivation with Transition path For the proposed changes In the original RFC Please be sure to leave your questions, ideas or suggestions in the comments below! ✍️


Copy, paste, repeat episode 15 Introduce to us Yehuda Katz, The co-creator of Ember.

Some of the highlights are:

  • How Yehuda started his developer career
  • Lessons learned from early Ember
  • The network may be in 5 years from now

To learn more, we encourage you Listen to this podcast!


This week we want to thank@rwjblue, @Turbo87, @dgeb, @rwwagner90, @igorT, @zinyando, @pete-the-pete, @HeroicEric, @凯特根格勒, @chadhietala, @pzuraq, @梅尔sumner, @tchak with @RichardOtvos Thanks for their contributions to Ember and related repositories! 💖


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