We would like to start off by thanking our contributors and users. Our vibrant community is a big part of what makes Ember thrive. Our contributor base keeps growing by the week, and we are actively working on improving the developer experience when using Ember but also when developing Ember itself.
Here's to meeting more of you in the Pull Requests tab this next year. 😁
A lot of things have been happening in the Ember ecosystem, and you can read about some of them in the 2.11 release post.
Let's talk instead about some of the projects that are planned to be improved by EmberConf!
ELS is a code analyser for Ember CLI projects that implements the language server protocol to provide IDE functionality like auto-complete or go to reference. This means that ELS is independent of editor, and can be integrated with any tool that has a language server protocol client.
Since the project is just getting started the implemented functionality is very limited. If you'd like to help implement ELS features or work on making extensions for editors that use ELS, join the effort at #topic-editors in the community Ember.js Slack :)
Some of you might have come across Ember Watch before and noticed that some of the content isn't quite up to date.
Our hope is that the website becomes a hub for community content, so we have come up with a phased roadmap to achieve that:
Port existing jekyll website to Ember
Introduce new sections
Automate updates (for example podcasts from RSS feeds)
Introduce ways to easily submit content
Peek at the issues in the repository, or join #topic-emberwatch to participate!