run loop is an extremely important part of Ember's internals. The
run loop is used to batch, order, and work in a way that's most efficient for the Ember application. In this recipe, we'll create a simple timer and take a look at how the
run loop works.
Before we move on to our recipe, we'll need to understand some basics of the Ember
run loop consists of six queues as follows:
sync: This queue consists of binding synchronization jobs.
actions: This queue contains general work and promises.
routerTransitions: This queue contains transition jobs in the router.
render: This queue contains jobs meant to render, usually to update the DOM.
afterRender: This ...