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Ember Inspector Hack Session

Join us for a hack session for intermediate to advanced Ember.js developers.

Under the driving force of Teddy Zeeny, the Ember Inspector browser extension has evolved into a useful developer tool for folks building Ember applications.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ember-inspector/bmdblncegkenkacieihfhpjfppoconhi?hl=en

https://github.com/tildeio/ember-extension

Ember.js core team member Stefan Penner has also contributed to this project and will teach us how to hack on the project to make it even better. We'll start with an overview of the extension, look at how to build and test the project, and implement an improvement together. Then we'll break up into smaller groups and make various improvements, from visual polish to whatever you can imagine would be useful.

Also in attendance will be Ember.js core team member Kris Selden, who is visiting from Seattle.

A quick reminder on the fee:

• We ask for a token $1 fee to secure your attendance. This is aimed to prevent people with no real intention to come to RSVP without thinking since we have a purposefully limited capacity for these types of events.

Thanks to sponsors Yapp Labs and SimpleReach

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  • Luke M.

    Some ideas: 1) get ember-data inspector pane working with AMD builds; 2) live data-bind property attributes; 3) breadcrumbs in right-hand property info pane; 4) highlight selected row in center section in blue; 5) non-relationship CPs should show on the top level when inspecting a DS.Model instance, 6) $E should look more clickable in right-hand property pane

    January 7, 2014

    • BJK

      I'm personally more interested in better data-bind features, over ember-data stuff (not everyone uses ember data, aka us)

      January 8, 2014

    • stefan p.

      Most of the binding features and inspection points are shared, and are not ember data dependent anyways

      January 8, 2014

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