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Async Observers #494

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pzuraq committed Jun 7, 2019
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@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ convert to async observers, or away from observers entirely.

The name of the feature will be `default-async-observers`. Enabling it will
default all observers to be async, but still allow users to set observers to be
synchronous manually.
synchronous manually. This flag will be enabled by default in Ember Octane.

## How we teach this

@@ -143,6 +143,13 @@ Observers are not discussed in the post-Octane guides, since we don't want to
encourage their use. It may make sense to include a section on them in the
upgrade guide instead.

### Upgrade Guides

We should make a note in the Octane upgrade guides that sync observers are
discouraged and probably not very performant. We should be up front that this
will likely be a performance hit, but that we decided it was worth the benefits
of the change.

## Drawbacks

The biggest potential drawback is in performance. While we haven't been able to
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