We are back with a new Ember Weekend Recap. This week we cover episodes 3 & 4. I hope you enjoy it.
Episode 3 - Broccoli, but not the vegetable
Ember Turbolinks by Erik Bryn helps you to migrate a server-side app to Ember.js.
Broccoli is a backend agnostic asset pipeline. A great place to learn more about the architecture and background is at the blog post - Broccoli: First Beta Release by Jo Liss.
Ember Watson is a library by Adolfo Builes that was originally created to help the transition to QUnit 2.0 syntax. Recently, Adolfo published a blog post - Removing Prototype Extensions With Ember-watson showing how to use an easier to understand syntax for declaring observers and computed properties.
Adolfo is also the author of ember-cli 101. This book is always up-to-date. Make sure you check it out.
It is an Ember.js podcast by Dan McClain and Robert Jackson, another great source of news.
Episode 4 - IE: Seeya L8er
Broccoli: The Build Tool, Not the Vegetable
Solicit feedback about IE8 and IE9 support in Ember
There was an open PR on the Ember.js project about a RFC (request for comments) to drop IE 8 support in Ember. Looks like the decision has been made and Ember 2.0 will support IE9+. To understand how the decision came to be, check the pull request.
Ember at Netflix
How To Add Polymer To Your Ember Project
Proof of Concept polymer addon
Erik Bryn: Ember 2.0 Training
Interested in Ember 2.0 training? Check the list of dates and places already scheduled here.