Ember 3.6 is out and ready to use. This release contains the last step of the Native Class Constructor Update RFC. This introduces native classes in Ember but with some caveats so remember to read the release post carefully before refactoring your code base.
Ember 3.6 also contains the final stage of the router service RFC which includes some new methods that can improve the way you deal with routing. There’s also new deprecations and some small fixes in Ember CLI so be sure to check out the complete release post.
@Exelord published a blog post on component patterns in Ember. The article presents a collection of component patterns used in the Ember community for readers to better understand what kind of component pattern would best match their particular use case.
@Exelord particularly outlines 4 types of components: presentational, contextual, container, and composable (or higher-order component) with code samples including references!
Save the date for March 18-20 in Portland! The EmberConf lineup has been announced! We're excited for three days of learning and sharing such as "Modern Ember with Octane", to "Developing an Ember Test Strategy", to "Dealing with Data in 2019". Congratulations to all the speakers!