To answer the question without getting overly-technical, data is basically communicated between your server and your Ember application thanks to what we call Adapters and Serializers.
While adapters tell us which URL to use (the place that youâ€™re going to be sending this request), serializers make sure the data is in the right format.
In actual fact, a serializer determines the data you send and the data you get back, so it takes whatâ€™s in your ember data model and turns that into something that you can send to the server, and then normalizes the data that you get back from the server.
Serializers therefore communicate with models in order to ensure data is consistently structured and relationships between data are mapped. (Weâ€™ll talk more about models in the next question).
Posted Date:- 2021-09-08 04:26:19