These endpoints don’t appear to be used nor do anything.
These routes exist so that the server side is able to initiate the ember app which will then re-route based on the client side route map. If these are removed, accessing the routes directly via the URL will result in a 404 response being returned.
@tgxworld ahh I see, thanks! I wasn’t really sure why they existed and all the tests passed too.
Yea we have had this problem for awhile because the assumption of the app is that the API route needs to match the Ember app route. Otherwise, accessing a route via the URL will basically 404.