The APIs include new Activity Detection APIs, a pedometer, a Barometer API, and an Altimeter API.

Ember.js 2.0 released
Version 2.0 of Ember, the JavaScript Web application framework, is a nontraditional 2.0 release in that instead of adding new features, it primarily removes deprecated ones.

Ember.js 2.0 is what its developers are calling a “garbage collection” release, aligning Ember with JavaScript and ECMAScript 6, and moving more toward modules and a more stable codebase. The release removes several deprecated APIs such as Views, ReduceComputed and ArrayComputed, context shifting in templates, IE8 support, and legacy handlebars helpers. The full release notes are available here.

Visual Studio Code 0.7.0 released
Microsoft has released Visual Studio Code 0.7.0 with a wave of updates to programming language coverage, including Node.js app debugging, and language enhancements for JavaScript, JSON, PHP, Dockerfile and C#.


The release also updates VS Code’s documentation with an overview, an introduction to the editor itself, language details and runtime specifications. The editor also now features gulpfile auto detection with tasks.