"Complex Architectures in Ember" with Matthew Beale (@mixonic)
Building a todo app or weekend project is a great introduction to Ember, but most of us want to work on a codebase that provides value for a long time. With 1.0 out the door, let's look at how to best use Ember's features for large and complex applications.
Matthew Beale has been working with Ember for a bit over a year, and with the web for longer than he wants to admit. He's just back from talking about complex architecture at EmberFest in Munich, where they really do wear lederhosen.
"Ember.js Roadmap, post-1.0" by Kris Selden (@krisselden)
Ember.js 1.0 has arrived! Now what?? Kris is a member of the Ember.js core team, and will take us through the core team's plan for the future, include how releases will be handled and what the priorities are for improving the framework.
Kris Selden works at Yapp and is an ex-New Yorker who calls Seattle home these days. Yes, he is a coffee snob.
We will also have a few demos:
Michael Madrid (@kagemusha_) will take us through a small Ember app he made on vacation to help his kids learn math.
Casey Spain (@bookerjsdev) of Booker will demo and lightning talk "Dynamic Forms in Ember" and show how to do customizable, database-driven layout with Ember.
Chris Tse (@christse) of MHE Labs will show us an Ember/D3/Big Data app that he demoed last week at Couchbase Conf, and Alex Matchneer (@machty) and Stefan Penner (@stefanpenner) will tell us about the tech behind it.
If you have something you would like to demo or talk about at a future meetup, Email me at [masked] or tweet @lukemelia.
Please note the location of this meetup. Special thanks to Booker for hosting us this month, and for providing food and drink.