Notice that the
rootURL parameter has a trailing
/. This is required and will raise an error otherwise. There is also an internal assert in Ember that raises if any URL does not start with the
rootURL. For our example, if a user tries to navigate to
/app/foo the app will throw an error.
Sadly, the fix for this issue must to be implemented server-side.
Most of the problems are actually related to the HTML spec and are unrelated to Ember.js such as certain SVG issues. As such, the only real fix for the
<base> tag is to kill it and use
broccoli-asset-rev to actually change the URLs at build time.