Celebrate the release of Ember 3.13 (Octane Preview) 🎉, Adopted Ember Addons welcomes ember-sortable 🐣, learn about what happened at EmberCamp 2019 🐹🏕, read the updates to the Ember Octane Guides 🚀, and check out the latest feature for Ember SVG Jar 📇!
Ember Octane (3.14) is arriving soon! Today, in 3.13, you can try out all stable features of Octane, including 5 new features:
Tracked properties (@tracked)
Component co-location (part 1)
Build-time detection of edition for addon authors
updateComponent hook for addon authors
In addition, version 3.12 of Ember has now been promoted to LTS (Long Term Support). An LTS version of Ember will receive security updates for 9 release cycles (54 weeks) and bugfixes for 6 cycles (36 weeks).
We encourage you to learn more about the new features and migration path to 3.13 by checking out the official announcement. We'd also appreciate your help with completing Octane documentation and testing 3.14 beta against your apps and addons. 💞
Adopted Ember Addons has adopted ember-sortable, an addon which provides Sortable UI primitives for Ember. The addon was created by Jamie White (@jgwhite) over four years ago and he has been maintaining it all this time! The time has come however for the addon to get some new love ❤ under the Adopted Ember Addons umbrella.
The goal of Adopted Ember Addons is to give Ember addons a place to stay maintained when the original maintainer decides that they would like to pass the mantle. The program guidelines explain how the program works.
Maintaining these addons takes work by real people. The program is always on the lookout for helpful people to contribute and help maintain these addons. Ember wouldn't be where it is today without the amazing addon ecosystem. If you would like to help out in maintaining these addons, please come join us on Discord in #adopted-ember-addons. ❤
Last week, the Ember community went on an extraordinary trip into the metropolitan wilderness of Illinois: EmberCamp 2019 took place in Chicago on September 16th and was insightful, exciting and entertaining as always!
With twelve, versed speakers, the schedule offered thoughtful insights into: