Updates for the Octane/Classic Ember Cheat Sheet 🎮, check out the new accessible controls for ember-sortable 🎛️, introduce adaptive loading to your app with Ember Device 📶, a new testing codemod from Freshworks 🎉, and more DecEmber 📆 updates!
Ember's first edition, Ember Octane, is around the corner. And did you already know that you can find all the cheat codes you will ever need to master your move from classic Ember apps to Octane ones in this official cheat sheet? It compares many of the APIs, patterns and best practices that you might already be familiar with from the classic Ember world to the new paradigms used in Octane applications.
Unfortunately there was not a well-defined standard for making accessible drag and drop controls from organizations such as the WCAG. He turned to Andrew A Lee (@drewlee) who created a comprehensive list on what accessible features should be expected on a drag and drop utility and even a CodePen demo. These accessible controls have now landed as part of the 2.0.0 release of the ember-sortable addon. Check out the accessible controls at the demo page today!
With Ember Device, you can progressively deliver rich content and powerful web experiences. Thanks to Gokul Kathirvel (@gokatz), you can provide as much value to users with low-end devices as to users with high-end devices. 💯
Ember Device provides a device service so that you can gauge a user's device and network to decide what content to show.