I experienced a ‘Could not verify the SSL certificate for https://rubygems.org/’ error when doing a bundle install on OSX with RVM recently. A bit of googling revealed that there was a good chance that the CA certificates that curl uses were out of date
gem update --system
rvm get head
List certificate status
rvm osx-ssl-certs status all
rvm osx-ssl-certs update all
RVM was 1.18.15 before the update and 1.21.7 after the update.
We are used to adding a gem to our Gemfile and just quietly getting on with things. However. with Ember things are not that easy. It is a moving target and you may see things like
Uncaught Error: assertion failed: Ember Handlebars requires Handlebars 1.0.0-rc.3 or greater. Include a SCRIPT tag in the HTML HEAD linking to the Handlebars file before you link to Ember.
Uncaught Error: assertion failed: Ember Views require jQuery 1.8, 1.9 or 2.0
Ember seems to have some difficulty figuring out what version numbers it can actually use: eg 1.0.0 is greater than 1.0.0.rc.3 but not to Ember. I have had to freeze handlebars-assets at 0.12.0 and jquery-rails at 2.2.1 to get round these issues. I have seen this with Ember 1.0.0.rc-6 and earlier. Be careful. One day things will hopefully get a lot simpler but until then keep your eyes open for version incompatibilities. There may be later versions of these gems that are compatible but these were versions that I know worked for me.
Update: I played around with all the gems and libraries and found that with Ember 1.0.0 rc6 you can use handlebars_assets 0.12.3. This in turn uses handlebars 1.0.0-rc.4. I also saw from the handlebars_assets github page that you can tell it to use specific versions of handlebars with
HandlebarsAssets::Config.compiler = 'my_handlebars.js' # Change the name of the compiler file