Get Involved: Join the Growing Ember.js Community
In a Giving Mood? Contribute to the Project
The Ember.js source is hosted on Github. To contribute patches, create a fork of the project on GitHub and submit a pull request. Please be sure to include unit tests and documentation for any new features you add. See the full guidelines for more information.
Something Fishy? Report it to the Team
If you've found a bug or issue in Ember.js, please let us know. To file a bug, go to the issue tracker and create a new issue. Great bug reports include a clear description of what is not happening and what you expected to happen. Issues that include a failing test or a reduced test case created on JSFiddle or JSBin are much more likely to receive attention. See the full guidelines for more information.
Please do not report security vulnerabilities on the public GitHub issue tracker. The Ember.js Security Policy details the procedure for disclosing security issues.
The source code for this website is also available on GitHub. If you have found a typo or incorrect documentation, please file an issue on the GitHub project page, or even better, submit a pull request.
Ember is an inclusive community that welcomes (and benefits from!) people of all backgrounds. If you're having a non-code issue, reach out. We do our very best to be sure every Ember user has pleasant interactions and positive experiences. If we can help make you feel more comfortable or help navigate a trying situation, let us know.
Stuck? Lost? Get Help from the Community
StackOverflow is used to
track questions. Just tag your question with
search for questions with that tag.
Please check to see if your question has already been answered before asking a new one.
You can participate in our discussion forum, which is a great venue for discussing features, architecture and best practices.
You can also check out our IRC channel at
#emberjs on chat.freenode.net.
Meetups Around the World
There are a number of different Ember.js meetups around the world. Going to a meetup is a great way to learn more about Ember.js and meet other developers.
Looking to Learn? Videos n' More!
Ember is a new and growing community, and we're working to create learning resources as fast as we can. Here are some useful places to look for content other than our documentation:
- Videos from EmberCamp 2013
- Videos from EmberConf 2014
- EmberWatch, a great aggregator of Ember-related content
- Ember Weekly, an Ember newsletter delivered to your inbox.
- EmberFlare, a community driven place for all things Ember
...and lastly, there are screencasts and videos sprinkled throughout the docs.