This post is my answer to the call for blog posts for #EmberJS2019. I haven’t had the slightest idea to write a post for the blog post call, but my colleagues and friends insisted me to write one.
In this article, we will take a look at creating Ember Components serving media content such as images and videos based on the network bandwidth of the users. For this, we will make use of the Network Information API provided by the browsers. Currently, the only browser that supports this api is Chrome, soon we are expecting that all the browsers will start supporting the network information api.
This article deals with the basic understandings of the Ember build performance and also addresses how to debug performance issues using tools and visualization graphs that arise during the build time of an Ember application.
In this tutorial we will see how to create an accessible checkbox component in Ember based on the WAI-ARIA authoring practices.