Ember Times-Issue 46


Hello Amberistas!

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This week, we will focus on a new RFC deprecated feature from the ancient Ember era, and a sweet reminder about your best wishes for Ember, last but not least-we have prepared a brand new reader for you Question ❓✨!


We have seen many thoughtful blog posts by the Ember team Call for community blog posts. But we want more! Have something to say?

Write a blog post May 30 Propose goals and directions for Ember for the remainder of 2018. The content of these posts will help the core team draft their first roadmap RFC.

Looking for inspiration?View # EmberJS2018 label On twitter or @zinyado’s repo to collect posts On GitHub.


@Gaurav0 RFC has been submitted to the final Deprecated global parser And related APIs. The Globals parser is mainly a legacy of Ember’s early days, when people used Ember without the Ember CLI.

API allows to create one App The overall situation is like this:

// app.js
var App = Ember.Application.create();

And further settings of the Ember application based on this global setting:

// app.js
App.Router.map(function() {
  this.route('about');
});

App.AboutRoute = Ember.Route.extend({
  model: function() {
    return ['red', 'yellow', 'blue'];
  }
});

Ember CLI has been recommended as a building tool for Ember applications for many years and has been widely adopted by the community.However, if you are an active user of the Globals parser API, you should definitely provide Original proposal to deprecate it Read and leave your thoughts on their use cases in the comments.

In addition, Ember’s contributors this week are committed to preventing memory leaks during testing (1, 2), beautiful bug fixes (3, 4) And more internal and DevOps-driven improvements (5, 6, 7).


The learning team has been working on developing a new and improved version of the guide application. It is now made with Ember.js and is more shiny than ever. The Guides app will be officially released soon, but before that, we hope you can Try it. If you find any problems, please Report them.

Or, if you are in a particularly good mood, please check the existing questions Guide application or Source guide And began to contribute to the new guide.


thank you very much @rwjblue, @Chrisdon, @Todd Jordan, @kennethlarsen, @runspired, @ryanto, @泊, @chancancode, @twokul, @kellyselden, @sivakumar-kailasam, @凯特根格勒, @pzuraq, @dfreeman, Mansona with @Gaurav0 Contribute to the Ember core project this week. 💖


Tomster mascot during office hours

This week’s reader question revolves around Promises: Why does Ember come with RSVP.Promise By default, why doesn’t it rely on the regular Promise polyfill?

In his detailed article, Ember Core team members @ef4 Will answer everything you need to know about origins RSVP In Ember, what are its past and current uses, and whether Ember will fully support native Promises in the future.You can read Complete answer On the official Ember forum.

Submit your own Short and sweet problem under bit.ly/ask-ember-coreDon’t worry, there are no stupid questions, we thank them-promise! 🤞


That is another package! ✨

Be kind,

Gaurav Munjal, Edward Faulkner, Sivakumar Kailasam, Kenneth Larsen, Amy Lam, Jessica Jordan and the learning team



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