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# ember

Updating to Ember Simple Auth 1.0

With Ember Simple Auth 1.0.0 having been released a few days ago, a lot of people will want to upgrade their applications to it so they can finally make the switch to Ember.js 2.0. While quite a big part of the public API has been changed in 1.0.0, updating an application from Ember Simple Auth 0.8.0 or earlier versions is actually not as hard as it might appear at first glance. This post explains the steps that are necessary to bring an application to 1.0.0.

Marco Otte-Witte

November 27, 2015

# ruby

Rails API Auth

We are happy to announce the first public release of the rails_api_auth gem. railsapi_auth is a **lightweight Rails Engine that implements the *"Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant"_ OAuth 2.0 flow** as well as Facebook authentication and is *built for usage in API projects\\. If you’re building a client side application with e.g. a browser MVC like Ember.js (where you might be using Ember Simple Auth which works great with rails_api_auth of course), a mobile app or anything else that’s backed by a Rails-based API, rails_api_auth is for you.

Marco Otte-Witte

August 7, 2015

# ember

Ember.SimpleAuth 0.3.0

Ember.SimpleAuth 0.3.0 was just released. The main change in this release is the split of Ember.SimpleAuth into one core library and a set of extension libraries. These extension libraries include everything that’s not mandatorily required for Ember.SimpleAuth like authenticators, stores etc. so that every application would only have to load whatever it needs.

Marco Otte-Witte

April 10, 2014