Embercast: Client-side Authentication, Part 2
This two-part series on client-side authentication focuses on how you can configure your single-page Ember app to query data from the server using token-based authentication.
This second part focuses mainly on how to make use of redirects, saved/retryable transitions, and async error handling features available on the Ember Router to build out the rest of a simple authenticated app.
Clone this repository, and in the new directory, run:
npm install node server.js
This will run a Node server on
localhost:3000 that you can visit in
server.js in the root directory is the Node server that features
very simple token-based authentication.
public/js/app.js is where all Ember code for this Embercast resides.