#21: Promoting assets

Dan & Rob talk about upcoming conferences, removal of BaseURL, Ember CLI release schedule, the FastBoot beta and engines


#18 - U Can't Touch This

Dan and Rob talk about the current betas, overriding init and other hooks, closure actions and Phoenix Channels


#17: They're back

Dan and Rob make their return, talking about the current betas, new structures, and new language of Glimmer


#16: Ember 2.0!

Dan and Rob discuss Ember 2.0, ember-suave 1.0 and broccoli-persistent-filter


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#15: Deprecation Leapfrog

Dan and Rob talk about Ember-metrics, ember-cli-deprecation-workflow, positional parameters, helper function formats, and a few of the 1.13 versions released


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#14: Kerfuffle with your docs

Dan and Rob talk about updating Ember's private/public function classifications, ember-cli-fake-server, the size of Ember on disk, removing code from ember, the core team meeting minutes, ember-twiddle, and a bit more on deprecations and upgrades


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#13: The blog post is massive

Dan and Rob talk about Ember Data 1.13, Ember 1.13 and 2.0 beta, and RFCs 65 and 68


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#11: Rob's heading to Vegas!

Dan and Rob talk about Wicked Good Ember, the new DockYard site, Fastboot, and Ember 2.0


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#10: Do your job, test the betas

Dan and Rob talk about 1.13 beta and it's regressions, follow up on using viewName and testing components, and the proposal for the post 2.0 release cycle


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#9: Landed a small PR

Dan and Rob talk about Ember-qunit, improved actions, and a small PR that was named Glimmer.


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#8: Rob loves IE8

Dan & Rob talks about Ember's security release policy, Glimmer, killing IE8 support for Ember 2.0, Fastboot, Routeable Components, and the phrase "PRs Welcome"


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#7: 62 days

Dan and Rob are joined by Estelle DeBlois, and talk about IE 8 support in Ember 2.x, ember-cli-fastboot, Estelle's ember-cli-node-webkit, full integration testing for apps, and handlebars whitespace control.


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#6: Ember 1.11 came out on time, oh wait, no it didn't

Dan and Rob talk about why Ember 1.11 was released late, helping Ember release on schedule, Kate Gengler's ember-try and emberobserver.com, Brian Cardarella's article on tips for creating addons, conditional outlets, and give a shout out to Ember Weekend. If you enjoyed the episode, be sure to rate it on iTunes.


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#5: Pods, Element/Fragment RFC, Filtering Babel, Ember QUnit & Ember-CLI

Dan and Rob talk about EmberConf videos, Ghost, Pods structure, the Element/Fragment RFC, Babel, Ember QUnit and Ember CLI


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#3 EmberConf, Ember-CLI 0.2.0 Beta, component helper, subexpressions, Ember.inject, async-button, Ember Inspector

Dan and Rob talk about EmberConf, Ember-CLI 0.2.0 beta 1, component helpers, handlebars subexpressions, Ember.inject, Ember-cli-async-button, and the Ember inspector.

PS: Please excuse the construction happening in the background audio