import ApplicationRouteMixin from 'ember-simple-auth/mixins/application-route-mixin';

The mixin for the application route, defining methods that are called when the session is successfully authenticated (see authenticationSucceeded) or invalidated (see invalidationSucceeded).

Using this mixin is optional. The session events can also be handled manually, e.g. in an instance initializer:

// app/instance-initializers/session-events.js
          export function initialize(instance) {
            const applicationRoute = instance.container.lookup('route:application');
            const session          = instance.container.lookup('service:session');
            session.on('authenticationSucceeded', function() {
            session.on('invalidationSucceeded', function() {
          export default {
            name:  'session-events',
            after: 'ember-simple-auth'

When using the ApplicationRouteMixin you need to specify needs: ['service:session'] in the application route's unit test.


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sessionAuthenticated( )

This method handles the session's authenticationSucceeded event. If there is a transition that was previously intercepted by the AuthenticatedRouteMixin's beforeModel method it will retry it. If there is no such transition, the ember_simple_auth-redirectTarget cookie will be checked for a url that represents an attemptedTransition that was aborted in Fastboot mode, otherwise this action transitions to the routeAfterAuthentication.

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sessionInvalidated( )

This method handles the session's invalidationSucceeded event. It reloads the Ember.js application by redirecting the browser to the application's root URL so that all in-memory data (such as Ember Data stores etc.) gets cleared.

If the Ember.js application will be used in an environment where the users don't have direct access to any data stored on the client (e.g. cordova) this action can be overridden to e.g. simply transition to the index route.


source public

routeAfterAuthentication: String

Default: 'index'

The route to transition to after successful authentication.

source public readonly

session: SessionService

The session service.