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Connecting Ember with the Rails API Discussion

What is the Chrome plugin for visualising JSON that you've used?

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Very interesting.

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Great.. introducing ember to me..
I was stuck at that point proxy to localhost.3000. Then I got it working.

fill the .ember-cli => "proxy": "http://localhost:3000" /// not working
throw "Error when parsing file in " + path + ". Make sure that you have a valid JSON."

Can you pls. comment? Thanks

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Shawn Nigel Rebello Shawn Nigel Rebello

The line before "proxy" You probably forgot to put a comma ,

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JasonMarkBeaton JasonMarkBeaton

Awesome series! I've been wanting to get started with Ember and this video series is such a great help!
On a side note: I had trouble with 0.8.1 active model serializers gem. It did not include the jsonapi adapters, rendering json objects without a root. I upgraded the active model serializers gem to 0.10.2 and it pulled in a *now* working jsonapi adapter.

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Great to know, thanks for sharing that. I'm sure it will be useful to other people. šŸ‘

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Does anybody know a nice tut how to deploy both (rails+ember) apps and make it work online. So I get to know the basics?

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https://uploads.disquscdn.c...

Which is the ember version that you're using?
I'm running the ember server but the console is displaying what i'll show you in the image

Thanks for your help.

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If you have a problem with the root key, you can overide the root key to "monsters"

https://github.com/rails-ap...

```ruby
#in rails-api/app/controllers
def index
@monsters = Monster.all
render json: @monsters, root: "monsters", adapter: :json
end
```

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