26 May '13, 6pm

Playing with Ember.js and Devise via @pivotallabs

Anyway, I am working in a little project with a friend and we decided to use ember on it. First thing we implemented was authentication. This is a very simple problem with several solutions. We want to use devise . A very simple one is to rely on the devise’s engine and just make it a separate part of the app, after that you render the user’s session JSON on a metatag and parse it in ember. There is a very nice tutorial on how to do that by Alexander Zaytsev

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/playing-with-ember-js-and-devise/

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