Ember Times-Issue 77

Tribute to Ambostas! 🐹

This week Boolean component parameters 👻 used in RFC, learn more about the component mode 📚🧐, Ember 3.6 is released 🚀, and EmberConf speakers have announced! 👏

Ever thought about Boolean parameter For you Component Just like you pass boolean attributes (such as checked or read-only) to HTML elements?

This fresh RFC (Request for Comments) discusses how this becomes a reality!

Leave your thoughts on how to implement boolean parameters for Ember components in the comments Under the original proposal.

Ember 3.6 has been released and can be used.This version contains the last step Native class constructor update RFC. This introduces native classes in Ember, but there are some caveats, so remember to read Post a post Be careful before refactoring the code base.

Ember 3.6 also includes the final stage Router Service RFC These include some new ways to improve the way the routing is handled. There are also new deprecations and some minor fixes in Ember CLI, so be sure to check out the complete Post a post.

@Exelord Published a blog post Component pattern in Ember. This article shows a collection Component mode Used in the Ember community to allow readers to better understand which component model is best for their specific use case.

@Exelord In particular, 4 types of components are outlined: Representation, context, container, and composable (or higher-order components) With code examples, including references!

Read more about it Blog post!

Save the date March 18-20 In Portland! EmberConf lineup has been Announce! We are excited about the three-day learning and sharing, such as “Modern Ember using Octane”, “Developing Ember Test Strategy”, “Processing Data in 2019”. Congratulations to all speakers!

This week we want to thank @rwjblue, @izelnakri, @lock, @tomdale, @Turbo87, @哈基莱巴拉, @迈克北, @白保, @kennethlarsen, @chrisrng, @jessica-Jordan, @amyrlam, @梅尔sumner, @igorT, @runspired, @rwwagner90, @scalvert, Mansona, @sivakumar-kailasam, @jeffhertzler, @JoaoGFarias, @Braden Lawrence, @jbailey4, @rimian with @jenweber Thanks for their contributions to Ember and related repositories! 💖

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