Ryan Tablada shares how to set up Ember and Laravel to not use the hash (#) in the urls.
His Laravel setup will also work with other JS frameworks such as BackBone and Angular. So even if you aren’t using Ember this has some good tips.
What I’ve been doing is leaving the hash if it’s in an area protected by auth (such as admin) and then removing it if it’s going to be public facing.Filed in: Laravel Tutorials
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