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JSJ 364: Ember Octane with Sam Selikoff

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Sponsors Triplebyte offers a $1000 signing bonus Linode Sentry use the code “devchat” for $100 credit CacheFly Panel AJ O’Neal Joined by special guest: Sam Selikoff Episode Summary In this episode of JavaScript Jabber, Sam Selikoff, Co-Founder at EmberMap, Inc. starts with giving a brief background about himself and his work followed by a discussion with AJ O’Neal about the Ember community. Sam mentions some of the biggest advantages in using Ember, and what it should and should not be used for. He explains the architecture of Ember apps, addresses some of the performance concerns and then dives into Octane in detail. He talks about a bunch of Ember components, compiler compatibility, relative weight of Ember apps compared to other frameworks, the underlying build system, and security considerations. Sam then helps listeners understand the usage of ES6 classes and decorators in Ember at length. At the end, they discuss component rendering and element modifiers and move onto picks. Links Sam’s website Sam on Twitter Sam on GitHub Follow JavaScript Jabber on Devchat.tv, Facebook and Twitter. Picks AJ O’Neal: Good Mythical Morning - YouTube Sam Selikoff: The Man In the High Castle   Tailwind CSS

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