I thought I’d write about how fanriff.com serves its Ember.js index from its Sinatra.rb API, and how web clients interacts with the back-end once the application is loaded. It started to run a little long so I’ve broken it up into parts. This first chapter will cover some background information on Ember, the fanriff.com web architecture, and how we deploy our Ember index to our stack.
There are a tremendous number of things you can do today to make your site more secure, while preserving compatibility with all but the oldest web clients (I’m looking at you, Java 6 and Internet Explorer 6). If you haven’t been keeping up with the state of the art, this includes things like (cue Benny Hill music):