This Meetup will take place on Tuesday, September 19th at the PagerDuty offices, and you DO need to RSVP to attend this event.
6:30pm—7:00pm: Check-In, Networking and Food
7:00pm—7:30pm: Composing Contextual Components by Thom Blake
7:40pm—7:45pm: Reviewing and Documenting Ember Apps with `telling-stories` by Marcelo Dominguez (lightning talk)
7:45pm—8:15pm: Deep Dive on Ember Events by Marie Chatfield
8:10pm—8:30pm: Networking and Tidying
Deep Dive on Ember Events
by Marie Chatfield
Handling events like clicks and keypresses as users interact with your app is essential for any Ember application. What are the different ways of listening for events in Ember? How do they interact? What are the performance implications of each approach? What kind of bugs can you introduce if you don’t understand them?
Learn the fundamentals of how events work in Ember, starting with the basics of DOM events and working up to the lifecycle of Ember events. You’ll be able to implement event listeners with confidence and debug with clarity once you have a complete mental model of Ember events!
PagerDuty (https://www.pagerduty.com/) is the leading incident management platform that empowers developers, DevOps, IT operations and business leaders with the insight to intelligently respond to critical disruptions for exceptional customer experience. Unlike other alerting solutions or monitoring tools, PagerDuty provides a unified view of application, service and infrastructure health, while enabling customers to orchestrate incident response workflows. With the industry’s largest ecosystem of native integrations with monitoring, collaboration and ticketing tools, organizations of all sizes trust PagerDuty to increase business response and efficiency.