Quite recently a plethora of RFCs (Request for Comments)
proposed ground-breaking, new features
for Ember. These included the proposals for ES5 Getters
and named arguments for Components
which already found their way into the previous 3.1 release
in a stable fashion
. But what about all the other cool things that we mentioned in previous editions of the Ember Times? When are all of these proposal finally gonna land?
Features which haven't found their way into a stable release and have not been recommended by the official Guides
yet, might in fact have landed already. Like a hidden gem they just sit there for a while, only noticed by a few, but still ready to be tested and improved until they make it into a stable release. And so it seems some of the most exciting API changes in Ember this year have still gone unnoticed
: But AngleBracketComponents
, ES6 Classes, the new folder structure à la Module Unification and even Glimmer Components can be used in Ember apps today - with a little help from feature flags, canary releases and the Ember addon ecosystem.
do you make the future of Ember happen in your apps today? If you're wondering about that, check out this excellent How-To
, a step-by-step guide
for those who want to try out the future of Ember
in their applications. Because you don't have to wait for the future of Ember until another day; the future of Ember is now