On August 12th at 6pm UTC+2 we're running a webinar to help forward-looking marketers understand recent changes in web technology and how they can be used to create incredible experiences for their users.
From the site: "The way that web apps are built has changed dramatically in recent years. Changes in devices, browsers and usage patterns have created a wave of innovation which is waiting to be used by forward looking marketing departments.
After this webinar you will understand why these changes are occurring, how technology is responding to this shift and crucially, how you can use these technologies to build incredible experiences for your users."
We recently recreated our website in Glimmer.js, the fast and light-weight UI components library, based on Ember.js' rendering engine. We will have a blog post online going into more details soon. Feel free to take a look around!
First announced in the May monthly update, the ember-intl-analyzer CLI tool which analyzes your app code and finds unused translations for you has received an update. Supporta JS decorators now and will warn about missing translations. Check it out on GitHub.
We're always interested in new speakers for the various meetups we're involved in. If you'd like to give a talk, please get in touch.
EmberFest is coming together nicely.
Taking place in Copenhagen in October, EmberFestEU brings together the European Ember community for two days of talks and activities. The CFP closes on August 1st so if you'd like to give a presentation remember to get your submission in on time here.
Day 1 was an installation party to make sure that everybody was set up for day 2 when attendees were guided through creating their first web application using EmberJS! The workshop was open to women and those who are non-binary, and was a great success.
We plan to run another session like this in the future, so keep an eye on the @simplabs Twitter feed for more news.
On the 1st of June Jessica Jordan spoke at JSConfEU with her talk "Crafting Comics for Literally Everyone" in which she highlighted how you can craft an immersive webcomic experience that is accessible for blind, visually-impaired and sighted readers alike! You can watch the whole talk on YouTube.