Lots of new changes landed in Emberland this week as many great contributors have been busy fixing, improving and building new features for Glimmer, Ember, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. Here’s a quick recap of what happened recently and a few suggestions for awesome reads that you might find interesting as well:
Last week’s newsletter wrote about the new QUnit testing API, which you can leverage to write easier-to-read, easier-to-extend, and more semantic tests in your Ember apps. This week @rwjblue published an awesome blog post which will not only help you to get started using the new API in your tests today, but also shares the motivation behind the changes of RFC #232.
"The dual portal device should be around here somewhere. Once you find it, we can start testing. Just like old times.”- GLaDOS
A quite whopping PR brings types to Ember’s ember-glimmer package this week, starting off with adding basic types to any classes, properties and methods described in the module and moving any *.js files to their *.ts TypeScript counterpart.