Aurelia 2018 Roadmap
Posted by January 3, 2018on
2017 was a great year for Aurelia but 2018 is shaping up to be even better!
Aurelia Release Notes - December 2017
Posted by December 20, 2017on
2017 is almost at an end. So, we wanted to close out this year with another set of releases to Aurelia, its plugins and tools. Below you can read the details on the bug fixes, performance improvements and new features available in the latest libraries.
Aurelia OpenID Connect
Posted by December 13, 2017on
This week we invite Aurelia community member, Shaun Luttin [https://github.com/shaunluttin], to share with us a bit about the Aurelia OpenID connect plugin he's been working on. Take it away Shaun...
Posted by December 3, 2017on
Thanks to the investigative work of one of our community members, Andy [https://github.com/weoreference], we've got another great Aurelia component framework to share with you: Aurelia-Framework7. Read on to learn more, directly from Alexander Flenniken [https://github.com/alflennik], the creator of this project...
Aurelia UX Overhaul
Posted by November 15, 2017on
We've been doing some major work on Aurelia UX, both in terms of building out components and refining the core capabilities and approach. In this post, we'd like to share a bit about the details of our most recent set of releases.
Projects That Make Aurelia Shine
Posted by November 12, 2017on
This week, Aurelia community member and author, Sean Hunter, shares a section from his book "Aurelia in Action".
Aurelia Release Notes - Early November 2017
Posted by November 10, 2017on
As always, the Aurelia Team continues to fix bugs, add new features and make tons of improvements throughout the framework. In this set of releases, we've got a minor breaking change to our dialog plugin. We've also converted our testing library to TypeScript. While we've made no changes to the API or behavior, we've bumped the major version since the improved, more-accurate typings may affect some TypeScript users. Finally, we've launched another major set of enhancements to the CLI and made our initial launch of the HTTP Mocking library. Huge thanks to Thomas Schlage [https://github.com/fragsalat] for his work on the new library.