Case Study: Tutors
Posted by September 3, 2019on
Today, I'm pleased to introduce you to Eamonn de Leastar from the Waterford Institute of Technology. He's built an impressive set of learning technologies for the institute using Aurelia. Here he is to tell you all about it and provide some opportunities to get involved as well.
Advanced i18n with Aurelia and Net at Work GmbH
Posted by August 4, 2019on
Net at Work GmbH [https://www.netatwork.de/] is a product-based consultancy company with a glowing feather in its cap: NoSpamProxy [https://www.nospamproxy.de/en/]. NoSpamProxy is a multi-faceted secure email gateway solution aimed at providing powerful anti-spam and anti-malware capabilities. Moreover, it provides a number of other functionalities such as email encryption, large file transmission, and email disclaimer management.
Case Study: Evolution Software's Hazelnut Monitor
Posted by June 18, 2019on
Today, I'm pleased to introduce you to Michael Gerfen and Andy Gray from Evolution Software, sharing a bit about their company and the Hazelnut Monitor product. Take it away Michael and Andy!
Aurelia Release Notes - June 2019
Posted by June 2, 2019on
Today, we're pleased to share with you the 1.0 release of the Aurelia CLI!
Aurelia Release Notes - May 2019
Posted by May 5, 2019on
This month's releases include an update to our Webpack plugin, more improvements to UI virtualization, additional conversion of Aurelia libraries to TypeScript, for improved maintenance and contributor-friendliness, and a few bug and package fixes to other libraries.
Case Study: Stellarport
Posted by April 21, 2019on
Today, I'm pleased to introduce Ishai Strauss from Stellarport to talk about how they've built their product with Aurelia. Read on to hear from Ishai about Stellarport's experiences integrating Redux with Aurelia and leveraging decorator-based composition with Aurelia's Fetch client.
Aurelia Release Notes - April 2019
Posted by April 2, 2019on
Today, we're excited to announce the beta of Aurelia's Web Components plugin, enabling you to use your Aurelia custom elements as Web Component standard custom elements, easily inter-operating with other frameworks.