In the past week version 3.7 of Ember.js, Ember CLI and Ember Data has been released. The new release comes with lots of important bug fixes for Ember and new features for Ember CLI, including a new compatibility table for addon authors to be used in their projects' READMEs.
This week we'd like to highlight the work of community member Serena Fritsch, also known as @serenaf. In an exclusive interview with the Ember Times she talks about her learnings contributing to the Ember Deprecations App and why she believes that every contribution counts.
This RFC aims not to write new content but to present existing content in a different way without breaking any existing URLs. It does this by revamping topic naming – or changing topic names to general web development concepts rather than Ember-specific jargon – and logic ordering and grouping – where it breaks up content between requiring prior knowledge of Ember concepts or not. These changes aim to promote an easier learning curve for new and existing users of the framework by leveraging the user’s existing knowledge.