How do we React? - Part 2
Posted by March 1, 2019on
This is part 2 of 3 in a series titled "How do we React?" in which I discuss how Aurelia handles common React scenarios. In this post, we'll cover Render Props.
How do we React?
Posted by February 21, 2019on
This is part 1 of 3 in a series titled "How do we React?" in which I discuss how Aurelia handles common React scenarios. In this post, we'll cover HoCs.
Case Study: Codeline and Aurelia
Posted by February 10, 2019on
Today we're please to introduce one of our Aurelia community members, Giray Temel, to share with you about Codeline's choice of and experience with Aurelia. Take it away Giray!
Aurelia Release Notes - Early February 2019
Posted by February 4, 2019on
We've had a few new releases over the last few weeks. Among them are continued updates to the Aurelia CLI. In fact, we found an issue in the CLI that affected new Webpack projects, so be sure to update your CLI before starting anything new. More details concerning the various releases can be found below.
Aurelia Release Notes - Late January 2019
Posted by January 22, 2019on
2019 is off to a great start with another set of releases that address bugs and add new features to Aurelia. We're also continuing to enable more plugins for script-file deploy along the way. Of particular note is our recent improvements to the aurelia-ui-virtualization plugin for virtual and infinite scrolling. What? You didn't know there was an official plugin for that? Check out this demo to see what it can do [https://aurelia-ui-virtualization.now.sh/].
Aurelia 2018 Year in Review
Posted by January 2, 2019on
2018 has been an amazing year for Aurelia! We've added long-time requested features and improvements, enabled new ways to deploy apps, shipped modern, no-hassle tooling, improved our documentation, built up financial backing, made huge advancements in our vNext implementation, and grown our core engineering team by adding six new amazing people! Wow!
Smoke House Project
Posted by December 18, 2018on
Today, I'm pleased to introduce you to Daryl Cober, a member of the Aurelia community who has been building out "Smoke House Project", a skeleton framework for desktop/web/mobile deployment using Aurelia, including a node Web API and a MongoDB. I'll let him share more about what he's working on and his journey to get there. Take it away Daryl!