Safestring in HTMLbars

Hi Community!

I have been eagerly awaiting the HTMLbars release, and now that it’s here I’m thrilled to be able to play around with it.

First problem however, I have faced, is the way I have constructed some of my former Handlebars helpers. In them I have created a bit of HTML which I return with Handlebars.SafeString().

I would imagine that I need to compile the same string using the new “ember-template-compiler” - but haven’t had any luck getting it to work. Help is appreciated. :smile:

return new Ember.Handlebars.SafeString('<script>alert("lol");</script>');

it should still be there, even with HTMLBars.

On the 1.10 CHANGELOG:

[BUGFIX] Export Ember.Handlebars compat shim for Ember.Handlebars.SafeString and Ember.Handlebars.Utils.escapeExpression.

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Then I would still neee to include the entire handlebars library. Right? Isn’t there a way to do with without including a lot of extra KBs that the uset have to download?

Nope: JS Bin - Collaborative JavaScript Debugging

Sorry for not getting back to you.

Have you tried with the final version of ember 1.10?

It returns the following error to me:

Uncaught Error: Cannot call compile without the template compiler loaded. Please load ember-template-compiler.js prior to calling compile.

@bjerh - You need to load the template compiler in the JSBin: JS Bin - Collaborative JavaScript Debugging

See Compiling templates with Ember 1.10 for more details.

That is expected. You are trying to compile templates, which you need the template compiler for

Thanks guys! And sorry for not answering. Funny thing though: I’m not including the template compiler at the moment but the Ember.Handlebars.SafeString() is still working. :confused:

FWIW I strongly suggest using:


It is more future-safe.