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Recorded at: June 16, 2015
Date Posted: July 3, 2015

Ember Data 1.0rc ships June 12th. json:api shipped May 21st. Ember 2.0 ships June 12th. Wicked Good Ember is June 16th.
How do all of these fit together?
This talk at Wicked Good Ember is going to show off all the new goodness in Ember Data 1.0, how Ember Data and json:api work together, and how Ember Data fits in the new Ember 2.0 world.

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Recorded at: June 16, 2015
Date Posted: July 3, 2015

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Date Posted: April 19, 2016

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Recorded at: March 29, 2016
Date Posted: April 15, 2016

Service Workers are now available in browsers but why should we as Ember developers care about them?
In this talk we will examine some of the common use cases for Service Workers and patterns for implementing them in your Ember applications.

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Recorded at: March 29, 2016
Date Posted: April 15, 2016

You may have heard the quote, "Good artists copy, great artists steal."
Ember's origins were inspired by Cocoa. Ember has taken many cues from Rails, the biggest coming in the form of strong framework conventions. In 1.13, Ember's rendering engine was rewritten based on concepts pioneered by React. Instead of writing their own cli from the ground up, Angular has embraced ember-cli.
Let's examine past and future benefits of sharing ideas, and what it means for our favorite framework and our industry as a whole.

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Recorded at: March 29, 2016
Date Posted: April 18, 2016

We'll approach Ember as an illustrated fairy tale: drawing upon the power of story telling to describe the creation of an Ember application through its inciting incident, caste of characters (object model), and the conflicts that arise and how our heroine overcomes them through wit and cleverness.

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Recorded at: March 29, 2016
Date Posted: April 15, 2016

What's in an Ember element? For a long time, the answer was two-way data binding, observers, and an obscured DOM, along with the challenges and bugs that went with it.
Today, we can move beyond the {{view “select”}} helper and render this common UI element using native DOM and one-way data flow. Through the lens of the select element, both as standalone code and a re-usable component, we’ll learn how and why to use good Ember patterns like data-down, actions up (DDAU), plus some handy new Ember features like closure actions and the mut and {{get}} helpers.