Aurelia May Status and Releases
Posted by April 30, 2015on
Today's release comes with what we believe is the final set of big breaking changes. We've also got new features, improvements and a few other goodies.
Aurelia: Live Today
Posted by April 12, 2015on
Interested in getting a walkthrough of building your first Aurelia app? I've got good news for you. Today, in Montreal, I'll be presenting an introductory talk at the Radio Canada studios at 7PM EDT. Don't live in Montreal? No problem. Radio-Canada Lab [http://lab.radio-canada.ca/] has generously offered to not only produce the show but live stream it on YouTube. You will be able to watch it live from anywhere in the world [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Pd53umA5wc].
Aurelia Update with Decorators, IE9 and More
Posted by April 9, 2015on
Today's release finally brings full ES7 and TypeScript decorators, IE9 support and a new, simplified HTML Behavior programming model. We've also made a few performance enhancements along the way.
Aurelia's Adaptive Binding
Posted by April 3, 2015on
This week, Core Team Member, Jeremy Danyow [https://github.com/jdanyow], shares with us how Aurelia's adaptive and extensible binding system works its magic.
Aurelia & Angular 2.0 Code Side by Side - Part 2
Posted by March 17, 2015on
Yesterday I showed an example of Angular 2.0 code side-by-side with Aurelia [http://blog.durandal.io/2015/03/16/aurelia-and-angular-2-code-side-by-side/]. I showed the "reverse binding" technique for Angular 2.0. Today I'm going to show how the Angular 2.0 Forms Model [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1US9h0ORqBltl71TlEU6s76ix8SUnOLE2jabHVg9xxEA/] can be used instead. I'll also show Aurelia next to it, so you can see the difference. Both examples will use the same Contact model.
Aurelia & Angular 2.0 Code Side by Side
Posted by March 16, 2015on
Aurelia - Status - March 2015
Posted by March 3, 2015on
Little over a month ago, we announced the public preview of Aurelia [http://aurelia.io/]. Since then the community has exploded and we've seen a lot of exciting things happen. Thanks to the core team and an engaged community, we've made some big improvements. We've still got a way to go yet, but the future looks great. Below we'll update you on what's happened in the last month as well as let you know what to expect next.