Ember Articles

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    Sleek and Fast: Speeding Up your Fat Web Client

    October 19, 2017

    Editor’s Note: This post is based on Sarah’s talk “Sleek and Fast: Weight Management for your Fat Web Client” given at the Grace Hopper Conference this year in the Software Engineering track. The need for speed In the fall of 2016, our flagship engineering team completed an initial feature build-out for the new LinkedIn desktop site built on our new Pemberly...

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    Glimmer: Blazing Fast Rendering for Ember.js, Part 2

    June 28, 2017

    Co-authors: Chad Hietala and Sarah Clatterbuck   Editor’s note: This is a continuation of a two-part series about the Glimmer Virtual Machine used in Ember.js for rendering. The previous post looked at how the AoT compiler stack allowed us to drastically reduce the payload size of all Ember applications by moving to a JSON-based wire format instead of an...

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    Implementing Instant Job Listing Pages

    April 20, 2017

    In early February, we reduced our 90th percentile U.S. subsequent page load time by 46% on our Job Details page. We achieved this by using the Ember cache to display critical data and avoid making an API call to fetch the initial data we render. There are a few strategies you could use for passing cached data between pages in a Single Page App (SPA). In this...

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    Tom Dale Talks Ember

    April 14, 2017

    In this video, we caught up with Tom Dale, a Senior Staff Software Engineer and one of the creators of the Ember.js framework, to hear...

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    Glimmer: Blazing Fast Rendering for Ember.js, Part 1

    March 16, 2017

    Coauthors: Chad Hietala and Sarah Clatterbuck At LinkedIn, we use Ember.js as our client-side web application framework. This is part...

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    Adopting ember-concurrency

    December 14, 2016

    Working within the Ember community is exciting due to the novelty of the framework, but can at times be daunting because we sail into...