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This README outlines the details of collaborating on this Ember addon.

This project is an ember-cli addon for the Browser Update project.

What does it do?

It warns the user with a small header bar that their browser is out of date and needs to be upgraded.

You can use this to ensure that users do not experience missing functionality in your app because their browser does not support something that your code requires.

You can customise the warning message to inform users about the degradation they will experience if they do not update.

You can choose your minimum browser specs amongst other things.

By default the minimum recommended browser is:

  • IE > 9
  • Firefox > 2
  • Opera > 9.63
  • Safari > 2
  • Chrome > 10

Content Security Policy

If you are using CSP you must add browser-update.org as a script-src and img-src:

Content-Security-Policy: script-src 'self' browser-update.org; img-src 'self' browser-update.org;


Add a browserUpdate object to your environment:

var ENV = {
    browserUpdate: {
      vs: {i:9,f:2,o:9.63,s:2,c:10},
      test: true
    ... // rest of environment

This config object is passed to browser-update as its buoop variable. Full documentation can be found at Browser-Update.

The test: true parameter always shows the header bar regardless of the browser - useful for testing.

Default values set up in the service are:

browserUpdate: {
    vs: {i:9,f:2,o:9.63,s:2,c:10}

The onshow, onclick and onclose browser-update.org callbacks are hooked by the browser-update service and are exposed as events show, click and close.


npm install --save-dev ember-cli-browser-update

Running Tests

  • ember test
  • ember test --server


  • ember build

For more information on using ember-cli, visit http://www.ember-cli.com/.

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