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Introducing Subteams

Posted By: Tom Dale

I'm very happy to share with you our plan to scale Ember's day-to-day decision-making and coordination—something we're calling Subteams. We mentioned some of this in this year's EmberConf keynote, and wanted to expand on the specific details.

Ember...

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Introducing Zoey

Posted By: Leah Silber

Over the last few years the Ember project and community have grown, and along with it, the Ember brand. We took care and caution to craft an experience and feel that while exciting and ambitious, stayed friendly and approachable. As everyone knows...

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2016 Ember Community Survey

Posted By: Matthew Beale, Ryan LaBouve

2015 was an incredible year to be a web developer, and great year to be building an Ember app.

Ember 2.0 landed in August, and with it came the first major shift in application architecture since Ember left its SproutCore roots. The Ember-CLI team...

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Announcing Ember's First LTS Release

Posted By: Matthew Beale, Yehuda Katz, Godfrey Chan

Currently, Ember uses release channels to help users balance between a desire for new features (canary or beta channels) with stability (the release channel). While semver guarantees mean that upgrades are quite straightforward, some users aren't able...

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Core Team Face to Face, January 2016

Posted By: Tom Dale

Ember is a truly community-driven framework, with contributors and core team members who live all over the world and work for many different companies. The vast majority of our collaboration happens online via tools like GitHub.

That said, every quarter...

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Ember Guides Status Update

Posted By: Michael Kaiser-Nyman and Ricardo Mendes

The road to Ember 2.0 has been long and rewarding: the community and team have invested in huge efforts to move Ember to a component-based architecture; we released a stable Ember Data; and we unified our development process with Ember CLI. All in...

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The Ember 2.x Project

Posted By: Yehuda Katz

For the past several years, when we've talked about "Ember releases", we were always talking about releases of the Ember codebase itself.

In practice, that has meant that in order to put together the full, recommended Ember stack, you needed to figure...

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Another Ember 2.x Status Update

Posted By: Yehuda Katz

We're just a few weeks away from the release of Ember 1.13 and Ember 2.0 beta, and while there's been a lot of focus on those releases, the trains will keep rolling on June 12. There will be a 2.1 release 6 weeks hence, and a 2.2 release 6 weeks later...

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The Transition to Ember 2.0 in Detail

Posted By: Yehuda

As we approach the eve of the release of Ember 1.13-beta, it's a good time to talk about the transition plan for those of us who have Ember 1.11 and 1.12 applications.

The high level:

  • Ember 1.13-beta.1 will be released early this week. It will come...
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