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  • Ember 3.0 and beyond, with Co-Creator Tom Dale

    Tom Dale, co-creator of Ember and senior staff software engineer at LinkedIn, recently talked with InfoQ about the recent Ember 3.0 release, the direction of the Ember project, alignment with modern web standards, and Ember’s initial experiments with Rust and Web Assembly.

  • Ember.js Releases Version 3.0

    Ember’s major releases contain no new functionality, and 3.0 is no different. The main benefit of the Ember 3.0 release is the removal of previously deprecated features, clearing the path for new functionality and performance improvements.

  • Ember.js 2.3 Release Brings Significant Changes

    The Ember.js team has released the stable version of Ember 2.3, and the first beta of 2.4. Ember contributor Matthew Beale modestly describes the update as a "minor release," nonetheless 2.3 comes with several significant changes, including the ability to use Ember FastBoot with the latest stable release.

  • Ember.js 2.0 Celebrated for Backwards Compatibility

    Ember 2.0 has been released - with zero new features. The decision has been met warmly by the JavaScript community, who have widely praised the framework for remaining backwards compatible with 1.13. Ember 2.0 only removes the features that were deprecated in Ember 1.13, meaning that apps that run on Ember 1.13 without deprecation warnings should also run on Ember 2.0.

  • Ember.js 1.13 Brings Glimmer Rendering Engine and 2.0 Beta

    The Ember.js team has released the final iteration of the 1.x series, as well as their first 2.0 beta. The 1.13 release brings with it the Glimmer rendering engine, marking the third overhaul of Ember's 1.x rendering layer, and "dramatically improving re-render performance in many common scenarios," where previous iterations relied "on granular observation for efficiency."

  • Ember Community Votes Overwhelmingly to Drop IE8

    Ember.js users have voted overwhelmingly in favour of dropping support for Internet Explorer 8. Ember co-creator Tom Dale said "the vast majority of Ember users" were "comfortable" with giving up IE8 support in Ember 2.0. Dale went on to say that while there was also "enormous support for dropping IE9 support as well" the benefits were not "as strong".

  • 2014 JavaScript in Review

    2014 has been an impressive year for JavaScript and its place on the web. We've covered a lot of stories on InfoQ from MVC frameworks to small, specialized libraries.

  • Ember Update Brings Handelbars 2.0, and HTMLBars, a New Templating Library

    Ember.js has released version 1.9, bringing with it support for Handlebars 2.0, as well as performance improvements, and the introduction of HTMLBars into the Ember 1.10 beta.

  • Ember Gets Rendering Improvements, More Slated

    Ember 1.8 has been announced. One of the biggest changes is use of metal-views, which improves rendering performance as well as paves the way for more rendering improvements, grouped as "HTMLBars" in the future.

  • Ember.js 1.5 Released: New Testing Features, Improved UX

    The Ember.js team has released version 1.5, with new testing features, and an eager URL update that will “provide for a better UX 99% of the time,” according to Ember core team member Robert Jackson. Jackson, posting on the Ember.js blog, described the new version as having “a ton of bug fixes and small improvements” as well as new features in the release.

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