It’s great to join the Ember community!
- Ember.js completed seven backward-compatible minor releases last year.
- A staggering 200 community members have contributed to the core Ember project (this is not counting the 4,500 ember plugins!)
- More than 3,000 community members joined People chatting in dissonance.
- One Embers documentary Being released, watching Ember’s history… and Ember’s bright future.
2019 has begun, and we hope you can help understand the members of the Ember community and how they use the framework. To this end, we are happy to announce the official 2019 Ember Community Survey.
Survey landing page
This is the fifth year we understand the composition and interests of the community, and we look forward to sharing the results at the following URL EmberConf 2019 March 18. More than 1,300 participants participated in the survey in 2018 (2018 survey results), our goal this year is more participation!
It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey. This year we added some new questions, while retaining the opportunity to share feedback in free-form text. All submissions are completely anonymous, and demographic data about the community will not be published in the same original data file as the free-form text and other answers.
Submissions will be accepted until March 12.
Please share to help us promote Survey landing page On your social network feeds, gatherings, and around your office and other communities.
We look forward to your participation!If you have any immediate questions, please feel free to email the investigation team via the following methods Investigate @emberjs.com, Or ping us via #dev-ember-learning in the Discord chat.
Thank you till All-day coding sponsor
Joseph Temple Work for this year’s investigation.You can learn more about Code All Day’s Ember.js development and consulting services on their website codeallday.com.