Ember Decorators began as a project dedicated to exploring and unlocking the future of native classes in Ember.js. Now, that future is here! Decorators will be landing soon in Ember, and there is a polyfill available for them.
This library now contains a few extra decorators which were not upstreamed to Ember, and may still be useful to some users. Check out the documentation website for detailed API documentation for all the decorators included in this addon.
First install the main
ember install ember-decorators
This addon doesn't contain any decorators itself, but includes the core set of subaddons that are necessary to begin writing Ember using native classes:
See the API Documentation for detailed examples and documentation of the individual decorators.
Ember follows the legacy decorators "stage 1" proposal API. The decorators proposal is currently being redesigned for stage 3, and the champions have publicly stated that this is the recommended path forward.
This repository consists of multiple packages managed with lerna.js.
The decorators all reside in their own individual packages under
along with the main
The main package serves three purposes:
- A quick way to install all of the subpackages and get new projects up and running. Installing the main package also adds any necessary babel transforms, and sets up ESLint properly.
- A place for common functionality, such as the native class blueprints that overwrite the default Ember blueprints.
- A place for the documentation site and tests for all of the other addons. Tests were consolidated from the other addons in order to speed up the testing and development process.
- Fork the repository
git clone <your-fork-url>
npm run lint:js
npm run lint:js -- --fix
npm test– Runs the test suite on the current Ember version
Running the dummy application
- Visit the dummy application at http://localhost:4200.
This project is licensed under the MIT License.