javascript reflections iterate all members

To iterate over all members in JavaScript using Ember.js, you can use the Object.keys() function to get an array of all the keys in an object. Then, you can loop through this array using a forEach loop to access each member. Here's an example:

let obj = {
  member1: 'value1',
  member2: 'value2',
  member3: 'value3'

Object.keys(obj).forEach(function(key) {
  let value = obj[key];
  console.log(key, value);

In the above code, the Object.keys(obj) function returns an array of all the keys in the obj object. The forEach loop then iterates over each key in the array, and for each key, the corresponding value is accessed using obj[key]. In this example, the key-value pairs are logged to the console.

This approach allows you to iterate over all members of an object in Ember.js using JavaScript reflections.