Authentication framework for ember.js.
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npm install ember-auth
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|Version||9.0.7 last updated 6 months ago|
|Keywords||ember, emberjs, ember.js, auth, authentication|
|Dependents (18)||ember-auth-easy, ember-auth-module-action-redirectable, ember-auth-module-auth-redirectable, ember-auth-module-ember-data, ember-auth-module-ember-model, ember-auth-module-epf, ember-auth-module-rememberable, ember-auth-module-timeoutable, ember-auth-module-url-authenticatable, ember-auth-request-dummy, ember-auth-request-jquery, ember-auth-response-dummy, ember-auth-response-json, ember-auth-session-cookie, ember-auth-session-dummy, ember-auth-session-local-storage, ember-auth-strategy-dummy, ember-auth-strategy-token|
ember-auth is an authentication framework for ember.js.
ember-auth is no replacement for secure server-side API code.
Read the security page for more information.
- Install: Installation notes
- Getting started:
A demo and tutorial
for rails + devise + ember-auth is available.
! Note ! The demo hasn't been upgraded to
- Full docs: at the ember-auth site.
- Upgrade guide for users from previous Major Versions: at the changelog
ember-auth uses Semantic Versioning strictly.
Even the most minor BC-breaking change will trigger a major version bump.
That means you can safely use the
pessimistic version constraint operator
~> 1.2) for rubygems, or
>= 1.2 && < 2.0 for other dependency managers.
You are welcome! As usual:
- Pull request
You can be lazy and just open a PR. Travis will run the tests.
ember-auth tests are written in jasmine.
- Grab a copy of ruby. RVM recommended.
bundle installto install dependencies.
(bundle exec) rake jasmine:headlessto run tests, or
guardfor continuous integration testing.
ember-auth has been setup with guard,
which will continuously monitor lib and spec files for changes and re-run
the tests automatically.
Building distribution js files
rake dist. Or
bundle exec rake dist if you are not using
RVM, or are not otherwise scoping the bundle.