Category: aurelia

Managing State in Aurelia with Higher Order Components

This article was first published on Pragmatic Coder by Aurelia core team member, Vildan Softic. If you enjoy this, why not head over there and check out some of his other work. We can’t ignore the ever-growing importance of changing paradigms, no matter whether we’re talking about social, political or soft...

Managing State in Aurelia: How to Use Aurelia with Redux

Nowadays, when developing a web app, a lot of focus is placed on state containers — particularly on all sorts of Flux patterns. One of the most prominent implementations of Flux is Redux . For those of you who haven’t caught the hype train yet, Redux is a library that helps you to keep state mutations predicta...

The Future of Aurelia — Roadmap and Upcoming Features

Open source is a fundamental part of what we’re doing with Aurelia. The freedom provided by this model, along with the community and collaboration that accompany it, are essential to our vision. We want to see the open web and open platforms continue to grow. We want to see technology democratized in a way that e...

Adventures in Aurelia: Creating a Custom PDF Viewer

Handling PDF files within a web application has always been painful to deal with. If you’re lucky, your users only need to download the file. Sometimes, though, your users need more. In the past, I’ve been lucky, but this time, our users needed our application to display a PDF document so they could save me...

Aurelia vs Angular — a Feature by Feature Comparison

In the world of web development and JavaScript, we’ve seen a lot of paradigms come and go. But one paradigm has stuck around: the single-page web application. One of the most popular frameworks to land in the past six years was AngularJS. Released in 2010 and backed by Google, it promised quick, easy development ...