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Amethyst Game Engine 12h
Amethyst has received $10,000 in funding from 's MOSS program to work on support! 🎉💰🌐
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pzu Apr 17
Replying to @buschtoens @tomdale
Seems similar to observers? I still think this pattern enables many antipatterns, and want to see how far we can get without it 😄
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pzu Apr 13
This would also be great info to capture, I know there are some users out there but I don’t think it’s very discoverable at all. Going to jot that down..
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pzu Apr 13
Besides the official guides on there aren’t many yet, but mow that we’re using the same component interface in both Ember and Glimmer, the Ember guides will start to have more overlap soon I think! 😄
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Jen Weber Apr 13
I'm starting a livestream of an Octane-preview app plus Tailwind in just a few minutes!
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pzu Apr 13
I think finishing up the work we've started to make the framework more composable, so you _can_ just use the component layer or a more lightweight solution, should be a major focus in future edition
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pzu Apr 13
Yeah, Ember has focused for years on scaling _up_ for applications like that need to be performant and are _large_, but it doesn't work well when you just need a lightweight component framework 😕
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pzu Apr 13
Where we really need to focus next is better build tooling. I think the next edition will be focussing almost exclusively on this - zero-config bundling, integration with the wider ecosystem, template imports and SFCs, etc.
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pzu Apr 13
Plus we'll be able to get rid of the old change tracking system for tracked properties soon. I think we'll be able to cut down quite a bit of legacy code in v4 😄
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Tania Rascia Apr 12
Ember.js?
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Sam Selikoff Apr 12
🎥 New video: "Angle Bracket Components: A first look"! Check out this 💄 gorgeous new component syntax coming to Ember Octane, and usable today thanks to !
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pzu Apr 11
Just published ember-decorators v6! This version of ember-decorators removes _all_ of the APIs that are now native to Ember, and provided by the ember-decorators-polyfill instead. More info here!
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pzu Apr 11
I imagine they'll make 3.11 if we accept them tomorrow. We can also definitely put together polyfills for them, since they're pretty straightforward APIs!
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pzu Apr 9
Good to know! I’ll amend that, was the original modifiers RFC submitted?
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pzu Apr 9
I hear you, it really is nice for its simplicity and feels like "using the platform", even though it isn't (or it is, but not in the way you _think_ it is), but I think in the long run {{on}} will serve us better for unified event handling
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pzu Apr 9
Just put together a quick update on Octane. If you haven't been following the discussion on ``, `{{on}}`, and `{{fn}}`, this is the blog for you!
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pzu Apr 9
Return of the Wasm 😄
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pzu Apr 8
Replying to @eaf4 @samselikoff
These look incredible 😄 reminds me of the first time I opened up the Liquid Fire docs. We need to get some of those amazing tech demos from your talk last year on here! Something like them at least
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Edward Faulkner Apr 8
Thanks for some fantastic work on Ember Animated docs & demos. Here's a preview of the new homepage:
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pzu Apr 5
Replying to @mehulkar @emberjs
However, not all of the decorators in ember-decorators were upstreamed, and those will remain in the next version and still be usable 😄
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