Of course the community survey highlights and reinforces so many of the aspects we all know and love about Ember.js, the community, the productivity, the stability! ♥️🎉✨ But, the survey also gives us as community members a chance to reflect on things we can do better. 🤔
Specifically the survey empowers
community members, gives us a voice and a chance to comment about how we feel Ember can improve
. Some shout-outs this year include continuing to broaden and diversify opinions, lighter builds and less Ember-specific syntax.
Also, some of the excellent talks
we heard at EmberConf in 2019, like @MelSumner
's amazing talk Don't Break The Web
, highlighted the importance of improving accessibility not just in Ember, but across the web as a whole.
The results of the survey's skillset self-appraisal
, let's seize the opportunity to improve and act on this data! ✨💪✨
A big, big thank you to all of those who participated in the 2019 Ember Community Survey! With your participation the survey provides all of us with a platform for discussion and ideas and is a truly important part of how we can all help move Ember.js forward in 2019 and beyond! 🚀🚀🚀