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James C. Davis 22h
is happening. Remember, these are Requests For *Comments*. Please do.
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Mike North (龍仁邁) 🤯 23h
🔔 This is a particularly important RFC to read and comment on if you're new to Ember or have not been following the "ember octane" stuff at all. We want to know how you feel this will affect Ember's learning curve, both to "convert" the community and for new users.
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pzu Dec 13
Yes it absolutely is 😄
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pzu Dec 13
Just published the last two Ember Octane RFCs! Render Element Modifiers () and Glimmer Components ()
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Laurie Voss 🏳️‍🌈🇹🇹🇺🇸🇬🇧 Dec 11
Ember users! You came out in force for last year's npm survey and we've been tracking a resurgence in Ember usage in 2018, so we'd love to hear more from you in npm 2018 ecosystem survey:
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Julian Tescher Dec 11
Hey , I’d love if these numbers stayed in sync when you open and close issues/PRs. 🙏
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The Ember Times Dec 10
Join us with your contributions for DecEmber 🐹🎄, read about the Tracked Properties RFC 👣, fill out the JavaScript Ecosystem Survey 📝, 🇯 is getting an update for the holidays 🎉, and linting future needs your input 💬!
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Tom Dale Dec 7
It's been a busy week in land as we look forward to ! Some highlights: Decorators RFC: Tracked Properties RFC: Octane Tracking Issue:
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pzu Dec 5
Kind of. It’s built on references and validators, which are themselves a low level primitive for change tracking. They aren’t couples to Glimmer (from what I’ve seen so far 😅) and could be a fully independent system, but they’re also very low levelc so it’ll take time
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pzu Dec 5
Eventually the underlying primitives should be exposed IMO, but we’ll see what happens! One possiblility would be an decorator that adds caching which invalidates based on tracking
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pzu Dec 5
Right, so you will be able to instrument and track any class, but only Glimmer/Ember can react to those changes currently
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pzu Dec 5
Replying to @nullvoxpopuli @tracked
Yes! We need to call this out in the RFC more explicitly, it definitely will
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pzu Dec 5
Just submitted an RFC for adding `` to Ember!
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pzu Dec 5
Replying to @Runspired @Firebase
Good to know. I was planning on using a local DB to reduce reads in general, looks like that’s even a better idea with this in mind
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pzu Dec 5
Replying to @Runspired @Firebase
Yeah, then that really changes things price-wise. They should def be more clear about that
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pzu Dec 5
Replying to @Runspired @Firebase
Wait so, each document in a collection counts as a read?
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Ryan Plans ExtraLife Dec 5
Going to be live streaming work on docs for the work. Going to be starting around 4PM central! And since we're in December donations to ExtraLife are appreciated!
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pzu Dec 3
New RFC to add decorators to Ember!
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Tom Dale Nov 28
“Change based on principle is progress. Constant change without principle becomes chaos.” —Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1956 (presumably discussing the JavaScript ecosystem)
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pzu Nov 27
Replying to @jwwweber @emberjs
Congrats!! 🎉
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