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EmberJS Challenge: Customerizing urls

Here is the link to the challenge: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/emberjs/routes-and-templates/challenge-customizing-urls

Challenge Task 1 of 1

Modify the puppies route so that the path is /cute-puppies.

Sorry if this is a duplicate, but I didn't see any other forum thread

devoted to answering this challenge.

I thought it might be as easy as something like this:

AnimalShelter = Ember.Application.create();

AnimalShelter.Router.map(function() {

..but that didn't work. :frowning:

I found this forum thread that had a line which included a 'path': https://teamtreehouse.com/forum/ember-js-questions

  this.resource('kittens', {path: '/'});

So I figured, let's see if that can be adapted from a path of '/' (with kittens) to '/cute-puppies' path:

AnimalShelter = Ember.Application.create();

AnimalShelter.Router.map(function() {
  this.resource('puppies', {path: '/cute-puppies'});

..and it got me through this particular challenge. :thumbsup: