Blog posts wanted! 🚨 We would like you to write a blog post to propose goals and direction for Ember for the next year. The content of these posts will help the Core Team to draft their next Roadmap RFC. Don't have a blog? #EmberJS2019 tweets or GitHub Gists are a-ok! Please share your posts by Monday, June 17th.
@rwjblue had two blog posts, so far, on what we can improve on in the coming year. His first blog was around packaging improvements, namely Embroider, and his second blog was around policy changes on how “we can iteratively move forward into the future that can actually happen.”
This is an experiment to see if using decorators and a separate service to manage query params is a feasible alternative to the existing query params implementation. It's a very early preview and is expected to have bugs. Should you choose to go on an adventure with this, please feel free to report weird, unexpected behavior. There is an older RFC (it proposed to add query params to the router service) that has been updated based on development of the ember-query-params-service addon. All feedback welcome! 😊
The Ember Times, one of your favourite news outlets about what's going on with Ember and its ecosystem, has just shipped its one hundredth (and first) edition! 🎉 The Ember Times now looks back at a long journey that started out over more than three years ago:
Since the first issue The Ember Times gained over 1300 additional subscribers for the e-mail format delivered by Goodbits and many more readers on the official Ember blog and we'd like to thank all our interested readers who read, engage with and provide feedback for the news that we published so far.
Most importantly, we'd also like to thank all the amazing contributors (in no particular order) who wrote for The Ember Times in the past three years:
Danielle Adams, Tobias Bieniek, Alon Bukai, Edward Faulkner, Jared Galanis, Chris Garrett, Katie Gengler, Miguel Braga Gomes, Oli Griffiths, Bill Heaton, Anne-Greeth van Herwijnen, Lisa Huang-North, Robert Jackson, Jessica Jordan, Todd Jordan, Sivakumar Kailasam, Amy Lam, Kenneth Larsen, Braden Lawrence, Isaac Lee, Bradley Leftley, Chris Manson, Ryan Mark, Ricardo Mendes, Gaurav Munjal, Chris Ng, Niels Rasmussen, Brian Runnells, Michael Schinis, Nick Schot, Preston Sego, Frédéric Soumaré, Melanie Sumner, Ryan Toronto, Robert Wagner, Jen Weber
We're grateful for all the hard work that community members put in to keep The Ember Times going for the past 100 editions. And we're already looking forward to another 100 issues for the future! Let us know what you enjoyed reading about the most in the past 100 issues of The Ember Times using the #100EmberTimes hashtag on Twitter or chat with us on the #support-ember-times Discord channel!